Monday September 16, 2019
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BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 11/09/06
As the trial of Ricardo Palmera continues, a parade of corrupt officials and paid informants are passing through the federal courtroom here.
BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | United States | 11/02/06
The National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera is protesting the U.S. government’s kidnapping, imprisonment and railroading of Ricardo Palmera. We demand the release of Ricardo Palmera now!
BY Jose Maria Sison | United States | 10/22/06
The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) joins the freedom-loving people of Colombia and other progressive forces throughout the world in condemning the abduction and illegal trial in the United States of Ricardo Palmera, a leader of Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), and in demanding his immediate release.
BY Mick Kelly | Washington, D.C. | 10/16/06
Smiling at supporters with his fist in the air, Ricardo Palmera, a leading Colombian rebel was led from the courtroom by guards Oct. 12. Palmera, a negotiator and spokesperson for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) was kidnapped and brought to the United States.
BY Mick Kelly | Washington, D.C. | 10/08/06
Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera goes on trial here Oct. 10, in one of the most bizarre cases ever.
BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | United States | 10/02/06
The National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera will hold a picket line and press conference to coincide with the opening of Palmera’s trial, October 10.
BY staff | United States | 5/01/06
Fight Back! interviewed Oscar Silva, the Colombian lawyer for U.S. political prisoner and Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 2/11/06
Jailed Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera was in the U.S. District Court of Washington D.C. Jan. 24 and 25.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 12/14/05
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 9/23/05
A U.S. judge placed ads in Colombia’s newspapers the last week of August “ordering” the FARC - the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, to appear in his Washington D.C. courtroom.
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