Letter to the Editor of the Syracuse Post Standard

letters@syracuse.com Friends, “Is the US winning the drone war?” Doyle McManus poses this question in his April 30 Post-Standard syndicated column. It’s a question every U.S. taxpayer and policy maker might ask. But let’s first define the terms. What do we mean by “war”? There was a time when war was declared, and mutually visible […]

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NYU Students Harrased for Opposing Drone Murder

To our classmates and Members of the NYU Community: Below, please find our response to recent events at NYU Law concerning student organizing around and support for the Statement of No Confidence in Harold Koh. *** “We do not kill our cattle the way the US is killing humans in Waziristan with drones.” –Rafiq ur Rehman 

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My Five Days in “Pod A” at the Juneau County Jail

Guest Post by Bonnie Block On April 1, 2015 a six person jury found me guilty of trespassing at the Volk Field Open House because I handed out leaflets with four questions about drone warfare in the parking lot of the Wisconsin National Guard Museum. National Guard personnel deemed that “propaganda” sight unseen. The result […]

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Charges Dismissed in the Interest of Justice

Charges Against Hancock Protesters Dismissed at Pretrial Hearing April 1, 2015, DeWitt, NY: This afternoon in the DeWitt Town Court, after hearing about 90 minutes of motions, judge Robert Jokl dismissed all charges against four defendants charged following protests at Hancock Air National Guard Base “in the interest of justice.” Attorneys Jonathan Wallace, Kathy Manley […]

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