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Criminal or Hero? -- A Closer Look at One of the Santa Cruz Eleven
Becky Johnson (posted by Norse)
Activist Desiree Foster, the youngest of the Santa Cruz Eleven, faces a possible seven years in jail in an unending series of court ordeals, compliments of D.A. Bob Lee and his eager lieutenant former CNN reporter-turned-prosecutor Rebekah Young. Though more than half the eleven have already had all their charges dismissed by judges prior to trial, prosecutors continue to refile charges and press cases without substance in what appears to be an on-going attack of the Occupy movement locally (and probably nationally).

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