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BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 6/11/07
The chant “Free Ricardo Palmera! Hands off Colombia!” rang out in front of the Federal Courthouse here, June 4, as members of the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera held a picket line to demand his release.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 5/24/07
Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera will go on trial for a second time in early June
BY Angela Denio | Washington, D.C. | 3/29/07
In an intense start to the second trial of Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera, the presiding judge, Thomas F. Hogan, was forced to step down March 26, thus ending his involvement in the Palmera case.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 3/22/07
Ricardo Palmera, a Colombian revolutionary and political prisoner held in solitary confinement by George Bush and the U.S. government, goes on trial for a second time on March 26
BY staff | United States | 2/28/07
Fight Back! interviewed Colombian professor and politician Imelda Daza-Cotes, who just finished a successful tour of seven U.S. cities where hundreds heard her speak.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 2/21/07
Sonia, a Colombian revolutionary and political prisoner of the U.S. government, was found guilty in a U.S. Federal Court here, Feb. 20.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 2/11/07
With no evidence and only the testimony of U.S. government paid informants, Colombian revolutionary “Sonia” awaits a jury’s verdict here in Federal Court.
BY staff | United States | 2/01/07
In a speaking tour organized by the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera, Professor Daza-Cotes will travel to the U.S. to talk about fellow professor and political prisoner Ricardo Palmera.
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.
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