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Minneapolis protesters show solidarity with Carlos Montes

By staff |
March 3, 2012
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Meredith Aby of the MN Committee to Stop FBI Repression speaks in solidarity with Carlos Montes at Minneapolis protest, March 2, 2012 (Fight Back! News/Staff)

Minneapolis, MN - On March 2, protesters gathered at the Minneapolis Federal Building to show their solidarity with veteran Chicano leader Carlos Montes as he was in court in Los Angeles. The Minneapolis protesters called the repression against Montes a frame up and demanded that all charges against him be dropped. Montes was in court on March 2 for pre-trial motions, with an upcoming trial looming. He is one of 24 activists being targeted for repression because of their anti-war and international solidarity activism. Montes' life story was featured this week in Los Angeles magazine, detailing his inspiring history of activism since the 1960s and the serious repression he has faced, and continues to face. The Minneapolis protest was organized by the MN Committee to Stop FBI Repression.

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