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In NYC, Nov. 6

Stop FBI repression

Published Oct 31, 2010 10:49 PM

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression is convening a national meeting in New York City on Nov. 6, 6:30 p.m., at St. Mark’s Church, 131 E. 10th St. Invited are all those interested in building the movement against FBI raids and the grand jury attempt to criminalize anti-war and international solidarity activists.

According to the Committee: “Each of the 14 activists subpoenaed to appear [before a grand jury] signed a letter from the lawyers stating they would NOT testify. The Assistant U.S. Attorney, Brand Fox, told the lawyers he would withdraw the subpoenas, but he would say nothing more. So this is not over yet. The government is not likely to let go ... [and] has a number of options — more raids, arrests, new subpoenas, or offering immunity to some with the threat of jail if they do not speak. ... [T]he FBI continues to harass other anti-war activists at their homes and workplaces, trying to divide and intimidate. We need you to remain vigilant, to help us organize, and to work toward a defense that continues to put U.S. war and occupation on trial.”

For updated information on the Nov. 6 meeting, go to www.StopFBI.net.