Protest against Liberty City Seven trial planned for Wednesday

The following is a press release from Miami activist Max Rameau regarding the Liberty City Seven trial.

Greetings:

After several weeks of testimony, the Liberty City 7 retrial is coming to a close. The government put on only a skeletal version of the show they performed during the last unsuccessful trial. So, here is the updated schedule.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008. There is no trial on Tuesday, therefore, we will not be protesting Tuesday morning. Tuesday’s regular protest is cancelled.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008. Protest against the Liberty City 7 trial at 9:00am, in front of the federal courthouse, 301 N. Miami Ave. in downtown Miami. Then, as many people as possible will attend the first day of closing arguements.

Thursday, March 27, 2008. Final day of closing arguements. We need people to attend the final closing arguements.

If you are going into the courtroom, do not bring your cell phone, as they will not let you into the courtroom with a cell phone.

Please come and show your opposition to this witch-hunt and waste of our tax dollars.

forward,

Max Rameau

The following is a press release from Miami activist Max Rameau regarding the Liberty City Seven trial.

Greetings:

After several weeks of testimony, the Liberty City 7 retrial is coming to a close. The government put on only a skeletal version of the show they performed during the last unsuccessful trial. So, here is the updated schedule.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008. There is no trial on Tuesday, therefore, we will not be protesting Tuesday morning. Tuesday’s regular protest is cancelled.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008. Protest against the Liberty City 7 trial at 9:00am, in front of the federal courthouse, 301 N. Miami Ave. in downtown Miami. Then, as many people as possible will attend the first day of closing arguements.

Thursday, March 27, 2008. Final day of closing arguements. We need people to attend the final closing arguements.

If you are going into the courtroom, do not bring your cell phone, as they will not let you into the courtroom with a cell phone.

Please come and show your opposition to this witch-hunt and waste of our tax dollars.

forward,

Max Rameau

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