AMERICA'S POLITICAL PRISONERS: Let My People Go!
First they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up,because I wasn’t a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Jew.
Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up,because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me.
--Rev. Martin Niemoller, 1945
From Ex-FBI Agent Geral Sosbee
Mr. President: Tear Down the Prison Walls and Let My People Go!
NOTE: The inmates, prisoners, and accused in custody around the USA have outstanding redeeming qualities that should allow them their freedom in most cases; the fbi, cia, police, and all cops at every level, have no such redeeming characteristics; for they torture, murder, stalk, lie, steal, assault, falsify records and calumniate for a living (a profession) 24/7, for 20-30 years, or longer...
...AND THEY ARE HANDSOMELY REWARDED FOR SAME.
Just a short list of Political Prisoners in America. They fought for freedom from tyranny and exposed government corruption. Will you speak out for THEM?
Rick Stanley, Constitutional Activist
Ed and Elaine Brown
Sherry Peel Jackson
Free Billy Miller
Iraq Veteran Victim of Government Abuse
Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
Leonard Peltier Forum
V.I.P. Signatories: Leonard Peltier is Innocent!
Today, 561 celebrities, scholars, journalists, politicians, and organizations have already signed the International Peltier Forum. Simply click on the name to see the signed Forum letter. To protect their privacy, we have removed their addresses. Where available, we have added photographs of the signatories; and a link to their homepage. Each Forum signatory is listed with his/her professional occupation, and country flag.
We, the undersigned, hereby urge U.S. President George W. Bush to look into the case of Leonard Peltier. There is sufficient evidence that this Anishinabe/Lakota human rights activist is innocent. In court, the prosecuting attorney admitted that neither the U.S. government nor the FBI have any idea who killed FBI agents Coler and Williams; and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals decided that the FBI had coerced witnesses, committed perjury, fabricated false evidence, and withheld crucial evidence proving Leonard Peltier's innocence.
We also urge the U.S. Senate/Congress to start hearings into the misconduct of the FBI in this particular case. After all, 55 Congress members have already asked former President Clinton to grant Peltier executive clemency. Furthermore, the Belgian and European Parliaments have each adopted two resolutions with these same demands.
SPEAK OUT AND FREE THE PRISONERS NOW!