Sept 13 Court Update: Rod Coronado Trial

  • Posted on: 14 September 2007
  • By: worker

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Kelly Stewart, Sheriff Dep’t. undercover cop still on stand. Prosecutor Parmley brings up that there is new evidence—this is the audio that the defense uncovered, of the *question* in question, and subsequent answer. (Background: it is an audio recording whose existence was apparently heretofore unknown. Likely a small recorder in someone’s pocket.)

Repression as State Strategy

  • Posted on: 13 September 2007
  • By: worker

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author: re-post from lePew

The second issue of A MURDER OF CROWS is out, and features an important essay about repression of dissent. This is a must read for anyone who still thinks that "peaceful" protests are meaningful. This is an excerpt.

Announcing PARSER

  • Posted on: 12 September 2007
  • By: worker

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P A R S E R : New Poetry & Poetics
May 2007 | Issue 1
Editor: Roger Farr
Advisory Editor: Reg Johanson

No friend of the Standards, PARSER is a journal of poetry and poetics with a penchant for anarchism. PARSER wants to help extend your social horizon. But PARSER wants you to read PARSER first.
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Student's path to FBI informant

  • Posted on: 12 September 2007
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.sacbee.com/101/story/374324.html">The Sacramento Bee</a> By Denny Walsh

An FBI undercover informant spun a compelling account Tuesday for a Sacramento federal court jury of how she went from being a 17-year-old Florida college student four years ago to the government's key witness in the trial of a man accused of plotting domestic terrorism.

Report from Rod Coronado trial

  • Posted on: 12 September 2007
  • By: worker

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from supportrod.org:

After spending the court day on Monday with jury selection, the 12 person (plus one alternate) was seated Tuesday morning, Sept. 11, and opening statements were made by both prosecution and defense attorneys before Tuesday’s noon lunch break. The jury is mostly white in this conservative town with a large military population, with one African American and 4 Latino, and a seven/five gender split, with two more women than men.

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