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Posts Tagged with "habeas corpus"

Cynthia McKinney, IAC Co-Director Sara Flounders travel to Pakistan in solidarity with political prisoner Aafia Siddiqui

December 18, 2012

Hundreds of Siddiqui’s supporters met the two at the airport in the wee hours of the morning, carrying flowers, signs and banners, and chanting “Free Aafia!” and “Welcome!” Siddiqui is a Pakistani political prisoner who has been held in solitary confinement for years in U.S. prisons, after being abducted from Pakistan with her three young children.

Last minute appeal from death row: Vote No on 34 to protect our due process rights

November 6, 2012

If Proposition 34 passes, it will endorse everything that is wrong with the criminal justice system and allow the appeals of innocent people on death row to go unheard. It will take away the one guarantee, through habeas counsel, that death row prisoners have to be able to clear their names and prove their innocence. Vote No on Prop 34; do not destroy due process rights.

Standing on righteousness

May 10, 2012

I’m asking the Bay View newspaper to please print this open letter so that California Prison Focus, MIM Distributors, Rising Son Press, Anti-Racist Action and the Black Riders Liberation Party will know why they have not heard from me – also Shaka of the Black August Organizing Committee and Brotha Secretary Yawo at the Oakland Uhuru House. I have no addresses, so at this point I cannot contact them unless they contact me.

Isolation, indeterminate sentences used to extract confessions at California supermax prisons

July 22, 2011

Adding to Kevin Gosztola’s recent coverage of the hunger strike at Pelican Bay prison … I want to look more closely at one of the prisoner’s demands, in particular their call for the abolition of the “debriefing process.”

A legendary Three Strikes prisoner dies

May 13, 2011

The people of the state of California, by and through their draconian Three Strikes and You’re Out law, have achieved another very shameful in-custody death. On April 19, at approximately 1:20 p.m., Jeremiah Sheppard tragically died on a dirt exercise track at the Folsom State Prison.

Why they fear Eric Holder, why we need him

February 18, 2009

There are those who fear this warrior for justice. They are afraid of the accountability that must be applied to the transgressors, no matter who they are.

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