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M19 DASW Legal Working Group Update as of Friday
by DASW Legal Working Group
Friday Mar 21st, 2008 4:55 PM
The latest news about arrestees in custody since March 19th's actions...
* Kurt Therklsen has been released from jail and his case has been discharged (meaning dropped, but theoretically could be re-filed within 15 days, which would be April 7th).

* Kenneth Pack, who was bailed out yesterday, has also been discharged (also depending on the charges not being re-charged by April 7th).

*Brian Reggins and Mitch Inclan were arraigned this morning and their charges were reduced to misdemeanors. They were NOT released on their own recognizance but we think Mitch may be being bailed out. Both have lawyers and have a pre-trial court date April 1 and trial date, April 11 or shortly after that. Brian will stay in jail until then unless someone bails him out. His bail was reduced to $15,000. His support people are organizing his support and raising money to post his bond. They will be passing a hat tonight at the Anarchist Bookfair Cafe. If you would like to donate money or help support the release of these folks (and their continued legal support) please contact the DASW Legal Working Group on teh NLG legal hotline at 285-1011. For support for Brian Reggins and Mitch Inclin, contact Faun at (925) 437-4682 or

* Mitchell Anderson was released yesterday and also has a lawyer and a court date April 4.

We ask that any evidence people may have- be it photo, video, eye witness NOT be posted online or otherwise publicly. We would greatly appreciate hearing from anyone with evidence pertinent to any of these cases. Hard copies of evidence will be turned over to the attorneys working on these cases.

Thank you all for your continued support and solidarity. DASW Legal Working Group are working hard for the release of all arrestees for the direct actions. The day of action is not over if people are still sitting in jail. This is what solidarity looks like.

In solidarity and resistance,
Carey and the DASW Legal Working Group