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Sun Jul 17 2005Updates from Grand Jury Hearings in San Diego
Sun Jul 17 2005Community Organizers Jailed for Standing up for the First Amendment
July 12th, 8pm: A rally and vigil for David and Danae started at the Federal courthouse at 8pm, and soon after moved to the Federal Prison down the street. With chants of "Civil Rights are under attack, what do we do? Act Up, Fight Back!" and "Freedom Now!" the 35 demonstrators got responses both from the prisonsers inside (who banged on the windows) and the guards outside (who threatened to arrest anyone on Federal Property). Photos from the Rally
5pm: Michael Cardenas has finished testifying and has been dismissed. He expressed that he does not feel that he shared any information that wasn't already publicly available or already known to the prosecutors. Detailed account
3pm: Danae Kelley and David Agranoff have been taken into federal custody.
Photos from Press Conference
10 am: The judge denied all motions to dismiss the subpoena. The three activists were ordered to go back in court at 1 p.m. to testify and answer all questions from the grand jury. If they refuse to answer questions, the activists will be remanded into custody for as long as the grand jury is convened, or up to 18 months.
Last month, a number of activists were subpoenaed to testify before federal grand juries in both northern and southern California. (San Francisco Grand Jury Coverage) A bay area teach-in on grand juries, entitled The Master’s Tools: How the Government Manipulates the Legal System to Suppress Dissent, was held July 12th at AK Press in Oakland.
Background Report on San Diego Grand Jury
Lawsuit Launched to Protect West Coast Whales From Dying in Nets Monday Sep 12th 10:36 AM
Federal fishery managers allow wildlife protections to lapse in swordfish fishery Friday Sep 2nd 2:40 AM
Sea Otter Shootings in Santa Cruz County Monday Aug 29th 5:34 PM
1.8 Million Acres of Sierra Nevada Habitat Protected for Imperiled Frogs, Toads Thursday Aug 25th 10:18 AM
Grazing in National Forest Restricted to Protect Rare California Frogs, Toads Monday Aug 22nd 4:23 PM
Legal Filing Seeks to Halt Ranching Expansion, Elk Eviction at Point Reyes Tuesday Aug 16th 6:08 PM
Legal Action Launched to Protect Western Snowy Plovers From Sand City Beach Resort Wednesday Jul 27th 5:23 PMMore Local News...
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Flashback Friday: May 1984 - Raid on the University of PA Head Injury Lab Friday Sep 23rd 1:05 PM
Thousand of Activists Call for Protection of Silky Sharks at U.N. Wildlife Conference Wednesday Sep 21st 11:17 AM
ALDF Urges Court to Acknowledge Pets’ True Value To Their Families (1 comment) Monday Sep 12th 7:02 PM
SHARK Shuts Down US Senator Inhofe’s Pigeon Shoot (2 comments) Saturday Sep 10th 9:20 AM
Silky Sharks Singled Out as Species to Protect at International Conservation Meeting in Ha Thursday Sep 8th 9:13 AM
Global Experts Denounce Japan's "Scientific" Whaling Program Wednesday Sep 7th 5:15 PM
ALDF Urges National Institutes of Health to Recognize Rights of Humanized Animals Tuesday Sep 6th 2:38 PMMore Global News...
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53 Of The Ways The World's Military Harm Animals Tuesday Jun 21st 10:26 AM
Hillary Clinton Flunks Animal Rights And Environmental Issues Saturday May 21st 12:48 PM
David Ludwig & NPR's David Greene And Alison Aubrey Shill For Egg Producers Friday May 13th 7:30 AM
Animal Activist Marcy Winograd wins freedom of speech appeal Monday May 9th 6:59 PM
Former FBI Agent Pens Novel Based on Fictional Experiences in the Animal Rights Movement Tuesday Apr 19th 10:58 PM
WBUR Boston Promotes Animal Torture Done By Bridget Lancaster Friday Apr 8th 1:53 PM
Is Republican Don Young of Alaska The Most Animal Abusing Person In Congress? Tuesday Mar 22nd 4:42 PMOpen Newswire...
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