Sign the Petition to Drop the Charges on Clark & Miles

Next Court Date July 12

Sign the Petition to Drop the Charges on Clark & Miles for #ShutDownRikers

To Queens County NY District Attorney Richard A. Brown:

We the undersigned urge the Queen District Attorney to drop charges of Obstructing Government Administration and Disorderly Conduct against Clark Kissinger, case #2015QN053342 & Miles Solay, 2015QN053343.  More

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NEWS FLASH, Monday May 23: One of Freddie Gray’s Murderers Walks Free.


Freddie Gray

        This Must Not Be         Tolerated. There
       Must Be Justice.

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A Statement from Carl Dix

Court Exonerates Cop Involved in Murder of Freddie Gray!

How long will this shit keep going down! Another killer cop has been let go by this system. This time it was Edward Nero, one of the 6 pigs involved in the arrest and murder of Freddie Gray in Baltimore in April of 2015. 

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Be in Court the Week of May 23 to Support Defendants in Third A14 Trial

Closing arguments in the third trial of April 14, 2015 protesters began Thursday May 19.  Be in court with our defendants, Keith James, of Stop Mass Incarceration, and Wil B, artist and activist. Come to 210 West Temple Street, 7th Floor, Dept 52. Call 213-840-5348 for more info.

Celebrate Victory for the People in Second A14 Trial

After deliberating for four full days on the case of three people charged with three misdemeanors for the April 14, 2015 protest to stop murder by police, the jury came back the fifth day with a unanimous not guilty verdict on the charge of blocking the street and unable to agree on the other two charges. 

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Students: Bring the No More Stolen Lives Tour to Campus!

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NYC Jamel Mims Guilty of No Crime; No Criminal Record

  Supporters Demand Drop the Charge on Jamel Mims
NYPD Acting as Prosecutor in “Professional Protester” Case May 11

 

Read the Statement from Jamel Mims

NYC: Jamel Mims Not Convicted of a Crime

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Freedom Fighter Jamel Mims

May 11 -- Thanks to all who came to court yesterday with Jamel Mims, including supporters from Stop Mass Incarceration Network and the NYC Revolution Club.

His trial was stopped after the prosecution phase, without a conviction or criminal record, but with Jamel having to do two days picking up litter in the park.

He was tried before a judge on the charge of "climbing a statue"
at Times Square last October 24 at the end of the RiseUpOctober protest. It's a Parks Department statute for which Jamel got a summons, but has the consequences of an unclassified B misdemeanor; a possible $1000 fine and up to 90 days in jail.

 

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