Political Prisoners, Bad to Worse

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Political Prisoners, Bad to Worse

Post#1 » Mon Jul 12, 2010 2:47 pm

Here's an e-mail I got from Larken a few days ago.

I have two things to report about political prisoners currently
being held by the U.S. fascists. I hate reporting either of them,
but I'll get the "even worse" one over with first. Then comes the
merely "bad" one.

1) From what I have heard, after Dick Simkanin was released
recently, he decided not to report for "supervised release," based
on the theory that doing supervised release is "contractual." From
what I've heard, he was then arrested, and sentenced to seven MORE
years in prison for violating "supervised release." I haven't
independently confirmed that last part, but he is in BOP custody
again.

At the moment, I'm too discouraged and infuriated to even comment
on this. If it turns out to be true, and doesn't get reversed ...
well, I can't even think about it right now. But I thought you all
should know.

(Dear G.N., I was about to forward what you sent on to Mr. Simkanin
when I heard the news. Hopefully you'll notice this note and let me
know what you want me to do now.)

2) As some of you may know, the Bureau of Prisons has been shipping
Sherry Jackson around, for the sin of having pointing out the
crumby medical attention she got a while back. (Classic government
behavior: someone points out the bad they're doing, and their
response is to attack the truth-teller.) Even though the BOP
website lists Sherry's location as "in transit." I recently got a
letter giving her address. Hopefully she's still there, and she's
having a tough time, so any of you who want to drop her a note, do
it now:

Sherry Jackson 59085019
RADDF
POB 730
Lovejoy, GA 30250

That's all the lousy news I have for now. I think I'm going to
throw up on the next person I see waving an American flag.

Sincerely,



Larken Rose

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