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5300 Port Chicago Hwy. tracks protest...4-18-17 Mouse Report
audio from yesterday's weapons protest in north Concord over Trump WMD use and AQ support in Syria...prompted by crudely staged snuff films w/ zero evidence except of our own guilt and stupidity.
"Where in this country is there a military target where an adversary could use a nuclear weapon, killing everyone for a square mile, without committing a war crime by murdering innocent civilians?" I asked Cmdr. Richard ('the lion-hearted' Abe would call him) Owens, and standing on tracks of the weapons station that had shipped the mass destruction to Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Korea, Viet Nam, Central America and later Iraq and Afghanistan...he said. "No....No there's nowhere in the world where they could be used." ...A half a dozen years before the International Court of Justice decision on the illegality of radioactive mass murder of any kind, this should have been the end of the story. We would be planning a going away party for ourselves at the tracks...but that was before Trump's WMDs, Clinton's betrayals, and the return to power of the very people who's crimes drove us there...Nuremberg Actions members have blocked illegal weapons shipments since 9-1-87. . .
If taking part in US war crimes has not already damaged your mental health you may wish to avoid vehicular assaults, torture, illegal strrip searches, un-investigated drive by shootings and false arrests we find cathartic and prevailed over in federal court in civil case No. CO3-336SBA in USDC No. Dist. Ca. Oakland Div. the Feb. 11, 2005 Third Ammended Complaint under the Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. section 1983);
"Plaintiff hereby petitions for an Injunction to stop Defendant Watson's threatened arrest of Plaintiff "within 50 yards of Federal Property" (See 3-10-03 videotape of Defendant Watson making threat, Exhibit A) contrary to the law under United States v Grace 461 U.S. 171, 177 (1982); "...public places such as streets have historically been associated with the free exercise of rights guarunteed by the First Ammendment", and an Order of Mandate to secure First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth and Fourteenth Ammendment rights violated by Defendant Watson in concert with former District Attorney Gary Yancy, County Clerk Kathy O'melia, and others acting outside the law to obstruct justice and deny Plaintiff's right to a fair trial stemming from August 6, 2002 arrest at 5300 Port Chicago Highway."