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BY Peace Delegation of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army | Colombia | 1/19/14
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Jan. 18 statement from the Peace Delegation Revolutionary Armed Forces on the imprisonment by the U.S. of Colombian revolutionary, Professor Ricardo Palmera.
BY staff | Colombia | 9/09/12
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) have chosen Ricardo Palmera as one of their negotiators for Colombian peace talks.
BY W. T. Whitney Jr. | United States | 9/03/11
In order to preserve democratic appearances, power brokers may limit repression to intimidation and creating divisions within dissident ranks.
BY Joshua West | Orem, UT | 11/16/10
Orem, UT - Tom Burke from the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera spoke to students at Utah Valley University, Oct. 27. The event, sponsored by the Revolutionary Students Union, brought in many students wanting to know more about the U.S.-held Colombian political prisoner, Ricardo Palmera and the situation in Colombia.
BY staff | United States | 7/29/10
The National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera is calling on supporters to send birthday cards to Ricardo Palmera, a Colombian revolutionary and prisoner of the U.S. Empire. July 30th, 2010, marks Professor Palmera’s 60th birthday, which he will celebrate alone in a Colorado Supermax prison.
BY staff | United States | 7/13/10
A partial victory was won today, July 12, in the struggle against facebook’s attempted censorship of the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera (NCFRP), with the reinstatement of the account of National Committee activist Josh Sykes, followed a few hours later by the reactivation of the account of Angela Denio.
BY staff | United States | 7/12/10
A video interview with Angela Denio and Josh Sykes of the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera regarding facebook’s censorship of the "Free Ricardo Palmera" group.
BY Josh Sykes | United States | 7/07/10
Fight Back! interviewed Josh Sykes of the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera about facebook shutting down the "Free Ricardo Palmera" group on June 30. Then, on July 7, facebook disabled Josh Sykes’ personal account, along with the accounts of Angela Denio and Tom Burke.
BY Josh Sykes | Asheville, NC | 7/02/10
In a move to censor the voices of solidarity and human rights, Facebook shut down the "Free Ricardo Palmera!" page, claiming it violates their terms of use.
BY staff | Detroit, MI | 6/22/10
Detroit, MI - Fight Back! interviewed Tom Burke, spokesperson for the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera, at the U.S. Social Forum.
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