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BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 1/30/07
Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera is facing a second trial, March 26. Ricardo Palmera, known in Colombia as Simon Trinidad, is a political prisoner of the George Bush and the U.S. government.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 1/05/07
Jury selection for Colombian revolutionary “Sonia” is scheduled to start here on Jan. 8, in front of Federal Court Judge Robertson.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 12/18/06
Ricardo Palmera, known in Colombia as Simon Trinidad, is going on trial for a second time on Mar. 26, 2007.
BY Ileana Gadea | Cuba | 6/01/05
On Mar. 9, the five Cubans - Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, René González, and Fernando González - unjustly imprisoned in various federal prisons across the United States on charges of terrorism and espionage, challenged the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva to break the wall of silence that surrounds their case.
BY Ileana Gadea | Cuba | 1/01/04
On March 10, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Miami will hold a hearing on the case of the five Cuban nationals imprisoned in the U.S. on charges of conspiracy to commit espionage.
BY Ileana Gadea | Miami, Florida | 6/01/03
San Francisco, CA - The Miami Five are five Cuban nationals - Fernando González, Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino and René González. On June 8, 2001, they were convicted by the Federal District Court in Miami on charges ranging from espionage, to failure to register as agents of a foreign government, to conspiracy to commit murder.
BY staff | Philadelphia, PA | 10/01/99
On October 13 1999, Governor Ridge of Pennsylvania signed a new warrant for "the execution by lethal injection of Mumia Abu-Jamal of Philadelphia."
BY staff | Philadelphia, PA | 7/01/99
On April 24, tens of thousands of people, some from as far as France, gathered here at the Millions for Mumia March.
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