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Three of S.C. Eleven: Arraignment
Date Tuesday January 22
Time 8:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Location Details
Four Defendants Remain: 701 Ocean St, Department # 6, Honorable Judge Paul Burdick presiding.

California Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, x-st Water St.
Event Type Court Date
Three of the folks indicted for taking over a long-vacant bank owned (ultimately -- yet many hands and purses in between) by Wells Fargo* will be arraigned on January 22, 2013. Brent Adams, Franklin Alcantara, and Gabriella Ripleyphipps. Come early.

Cameron Laurendau will be arraigned on February 1.

The four remaining defendants of the Santa Cruz Eleven are Brent Adams, Franklin Alcantara, Cameron Laurendau and Gabriella Ripleyphipps, face charges of tresspassing and a dicey 'legal game' kind of vandalism. The felony conspiracy charges were eliminated for seven defendants on Jan 8th by judge Paul Burdick, who pledges to keep this trial moving faster than before.

Occupy Santa Cruz folks continue to provide solidarity and support, but these four people -- and the Constitution that seems to also be at stake -- deserve the concern of all our community asap.

*the empty building roughly across the street from City of Santa Cruz's downtown landmark Town Clock, is part of WF's booty from the '09 banking "crash" wherein big bank-fish ate many many little bank-fish, right along with the millions of peoples' homes they continue to destroy.
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Judges in Santa Cruz are no better.GFriday Jan 25th, 2013 12:53 PM
PersonallyRazer RaygunWednesday Jan 23rd, 2013 8:33 PM
Police perjury is endemicJohn E. ColbyFriday Jan 11th, 2013 2:29 AM
a double standard?bad applesThursday Jan 10th, 2013 12:29 PM
Arraignments hinged on police perjury?John E. ColbyWednesday Jan 9th, 2013 9:05 PM