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NYr's Rally Tonight, Attend Court Tomorrow in Support of Lynne Stewart, Convicted Under "Patriot" Act
January 28 - Monday
RALLY FOR LYNNE STEWART ON THE EVE OF ORAL ARGUMENT ON APPEAL
Discussion and analysis of the last 6 years since Lynne's arrest:
The Impact of the USA Patriot Act and Its Progeny
St. Mary's Church
521 West 126th Street
New York, NY 10027
MONDAY, January 28, 2008
Join Lynne Stewart, Pam Africa, Ward Churchill, Sara Flounders, Clark Kissinger, Jeff Mackler, Cynthia McKinney, Danny Meyers, Ralph Schoenman, Michael Smith, The Raging Grannies, Juanita Young and others
THEN COME TO COURT!
Join all of us on TUESDAY, January 29, 2008 at 2 p.m.
Unites States District Court
Southern District of New York
500 Pearl Street (enter on Worth Street entrance)
New York City
Ceremonial Courtroom 9th Floor North
This court date is for Oral Arguments for the Appeal. Lynne Stewart received a 28-month sentence in October 2006, but is free on bail pending appeal. The 2nd Circuit adjourned oral argument to this date.
The Lynne Stewart Defense Committee
350 Broadway, Suite 700
New York, NY 10013
For more information e-mail us at
Or contact: Pat Levasseur at 212-625-9696
Or check out: www.LynneStewart.org
WHO IS LYNNE STEWART?
Radical human rights attorney Lynne Stewart has been falsely accused of helping terrorists. Now convicted, she faces 30 years in prison. On Tuesday, April 9, 2002, she was arrested and agents searched her Manhattan office for documents. She was arraigned before Manhattan federal Judge John Koeltl.
This was an obvious attempt by the U.S. government to silence dissent, curtail vigorous defense lawyers, and install fear in those who would fight against the U.S. government's racism, seek to help Arabs and Muslims being prosecuted for free speech and defend the rights of all oppressed people.
January 28th event is possible thanks to a grant by RESIST, INC Working for Social Change since 1967
Transportation to ST. MARY'S CHURCH:
St. Mary's is located on 126th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. You can take the Number 1 train to 125th Street.
Transportation to The U.S. District Court:
#4, 5 or 6 SUBWAY to BROOKLYN BRIDGE/CITY HALL STATION.
Exit at the rear of the platform, towards the last car of the subway train. When you come up above ground you will be standing in Foley Square. Pearl Street will be across the square. The
courthouse is located 1/2 block down Pearl Street in a new high-rise building. However, for security purposes, you must use the WORTH STREET entrance. Worth Street is at the top, or north end, of Foley Square, on the left side of the two large courthouses. Go right on Worth Street for 1 block to the courthouse.
Or you can take the M103 BUS on Lexington Avenue, The bus will stop at the corner of WORTH STREET & PARK ROW. The courthouse is 1/2 block down Worth Street.