Police Who Murder People Walk Free Iggy & Alfredo Face Felony Charges from 2015 & the South Shore 2 Face Felony Charges from 2015 for Protesting Police Murder & Demanding Justice

March 2 Chicago Stop Police Terror March

Police nationwide continue to murder unarmed people, disproportionately Black and Latino. While police almost never face charges, people who protest police murder are arrested, charged, and threatened with years in prison.The murder of Laquan McDonald unleashed a torrent of almost daily protests in Chicago. In response the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and the powers behind them continue to arrest protesters who are standing up for justice, just as they have done since protests against the murders of Mike Brown and Eric Garner broke out over a year ago. Police have been singling out, threatening, and arresting key activists from different perspectives who are playing major roles in the protests. THIS MUST STOP!

 Now is the time for everyone to demand that all charges against allprotesters be dropped and that the CPD stop targeting key activists! A political and legal battle needs to be waged to make this happen and all people of conscience need to get involved in 

Drop All Charges Now On All Those Arrested Protesting Police Murder!

Pack the Courtroom!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016, 9:30 am, 

Room 604, Cook County Court, 2600 S. California (@ 26th St) 

South Shore 2  Face Charges of Felony Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer 

Thursday, April 14, 2016, 9:30 am,

Room 206, Cook County Court, 2600 S. California (@ 26th St.)


Iggy and Alfredo Face Charges of Felony Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer

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Friday, April 15, 2015, 2:30 pm

Branch 29, Cook County Circuit Court, at Belmont and Western

Two people of the  people arrested at March 2, 2016 protest to stop police murder, Grant Newburger, and a young man who came to the protest, appear on the charge of obstruction of traffic

(Five people were arrested on March 2, 2016. Four, including Grant and this young man, were charged with obstruction of traffic, a fifth person was sent to the hospital and was not charged.)



April 21, 2016: 
National Student Day of Action to 
STOP Police Terror!
If you knew that a murderer was living next door would you do something? What if you witnessed the murder happen, would you demand justice for them? What if countless people were losing their lives every day at the hands of one notorious gang? We have all seen the videos of the crimes the police commit against humanity--killing people who are running away, have their hands up, are laying on the ground or doing nothing. People beaten, tased, stomped, choked and shot to death. If a photo is worth a thousand words, you would assume a video would be worth enough to indict, convict, and send these killer cops to jail. And yet they continue to get away with murder. If you are Black or Brown, you live under that threat every day of your life. If you don't, you probably know someone who does. There is a genocide happening right under our noses. It is a slow genocide now, but you look at people like Trump and you see how this genocide could escalate. The time to fight this is NOW! 

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