Re: St. James' letter agreeing to men's release
- From: "Thunder" <thunder5200nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 01:16:44 GMT
"BeeJay Rainbow" <artistperkins2003@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
All this trip sounds similar to the legal trip I'm going through. One
charge got dropped,
still have to deal with the felony. they want to drop it to
tresspassing because of no witness trip, and the cop that wrote the
felony report is in jail.
I'm innocent, and am not going to "plea-bargain" I'm not taking
probation or anything.
I want to travel. If they want to take a peaceful people and lock them
away in jail, then
so be it.
I hope it never gets that way, but I guess it already is.
Well I wish you good luck in that!
"Richard" <rtmyers@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Holy shit! I think very much that we did this! Hallelujah for cooler
prevailing and logic and common sense (though it be in shorter supply
its very name infers) shining forth!
You bet, you did it. And every single person who invested the time to
send an email, post a message, sign the petition, or pass on
Thanks to all of you Rainbow People. You're beautiful!
Thanks for putting up your website to get these guys out. You definitely
got a head start on the momentum of the thing and we carried the ball at
alt.gathering.rainbow, and then throughout the country with the petition
It's amazing what we can do when we try, but let's not forget that some
potential political considerations are really what has driven the
namely, the threat of a boycott of a tourist town, which could
spell doom for the local economy and thereafter political death for the
involved public figures. If this was small town southern USA forty years
ago, and a young black man's life was held in the balance, what would the
chances have been? I am overjoyed at this outcome and don't want to rain
anyone's parade, but internet or no, without the political ramifications,
doubt we could have succeeded in this.
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