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Sat Jun 23 2007 (Updated 06/24/07)
Anti-G8 Fallout: Learning from Past Actions in San Francisco
Sat Jun 23 2007 (Updated 06/24/07)
An Interview with Josh Wolf
Fault Lines interviewed Josh Wolf and Gabe Meyers, the two people targeted by the federal and local authorities after the July 8, 2005 Anarchist Action Anti-G8 demonstration in San Francisco. Anti-capitalist protests and demonstrations against the G8, WTO, and other institutions that represent neo-colonial domination and corporate globalization have always been met with more aggression and hostility than normal marches for peace. Granted, these demonstrators are often much more militant. With a police officer injured and a police car damaged, the authorities felt a need to subpoena and prosecute. Read More
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