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BY staff | United States | 10/11/14
Fight Back News Service is urging all progressive organizations to sign the following statement. To add your organization to the statement, please email [email protected]
BY Cassia Laham | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 9/29/14
Over two dozen people rallied in support of Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh outside of the Federal Courthouse here, Sept. 27. Protesters demanded that charges against Odeh be dropped by U.S. prosecutors or dismissed by presiding Judge Gershwin Drain.
BY Jessica Schwartz | Tampa, Fl | 9/15/14
70 people gathered at the First United Church of Tampa, Sept. 13, to hear speakers on FBI repression of Arab, Muslim and anti-war activists in the U.S. Topics discussed included entrapment, preemptive prosecution and solitary confinement. Over 80,000 people are currently under solitary confinement, a reality for many political prisoners in the U.S.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 8/02/14
On the evening of July 31, a dozen activists rallied outside the Tucson District Court of Arizona in an emergency action supporting Rasmea Odeh and Palestine.
BY staff | Tampa, Fl | 8/02/14
Local anti-war activists met in front of the Sam Gibbons Federal Courthouse on Aug. 1 to demand, “Drop the charges against Rasmea Odeh!”
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/19/14
In a major development, attorneys for Palestinian community leader Rasmea Odeh filed a motion July 14, calling for Judge Paul D. Borman to recuse himself from the case.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Nashville, TN | 7/12/14
On July 12, five people - Malaya Lynch, Marshawn McCarrel, Aaron Hayes, James Hayes and Mike Sampson - were arrested here without warning.
BY Tom Burke | Tampa,Fl | 6/28/14
FL—University of South Florida computer engineering professor Sami Al-Arian was set free today in Virginia. Federal prosecutors decided to finally drop his case today after his family waited in legal limbo for five years.
BY Tom Burke | Tampa, FL | 6/28/14
University of South Florida computer engineering professor Sami Al-Arian was set free today in Virginia. Federal prosecutors decided to finally drop his case today after his family waited in legal limbo for five years.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 6/03/14
The trial of Sami Osmakac is underway at the Sam Gibbons Federal Court Building here, June 2.
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