Lancaster - April 2, 2005 Rally
United for No Injustice, Oppression
YOU ARE NEEDED TO COME TO A RALLY
Saturday, April 2, 2005 - Rally,
ll a.m. to 4 p.m.
CSP-LAC Lancaster State Prison
44750 60th Street West, Lancaster
Meet in front of the prison,
we will have picket signs or bring your own.
We arranged with the City of
Lancaster for the protest to be in areas 8 to 10 feet from the road. No
YOU ARE NEEDED to stand up to Warden Charles Harrison,
Associate Warden Fakhoury, guards and other members of administration at
CSP-LAC Lancaster. Six prisoners are dead (that we know about since September,
2004). Almost all these deaths were preventable. At least one was murdered
by the guards, another carelessly double-celled and all medically neglected.
A visitor also died from lack of emergency services.
The Guard Assault Task Force President Lt. Hughes
is at Lancaster, an organization of prison guard thugs that we believe
needs to be stopped.
Eric K'napp and George Jacobs are being physically
and psychologically tortured at CSP - LAC and need to be moved immediately.
We have many reports of abuses, and it is time for us to stand together
and demand an end to it by bringing the media out to shine a floodlight
into this prison. Numbers count so please be there no matter where your
loved one is housed. If you fear the bullies, wear your hat and sunglasses
(a good idea anyway), but do not fail to come. The more people who stand
with us, the greater the chance to be heard and for media coverage to embarrass
them for their cover up and lawlessness
There are no toilets for families as they line up in
cars, so don't drink anything for three hours before the rally. This is
one of our issues.
Please check the alerts
page, this is a rain or shine rally as lives are at stake, maybe yours.
If you have a ride or need a ride please email
or firstname.lastname@example.org. Park in the
hospital parking lot or look for our signs. We have made careful arrangements
realizing the criminal natures of Warden Charles Harrison and Associate
Warden Fakhoury and others. Go to www.google.com
and enter the prison address for directions, coming up from the South you
take the Gorman exit and it's about 60 miles into the desert. The Warden
thinks he can get away with murder and torture out there, and so far he's
been successful. Be there! Lives depend on your attendance, it's
all about numbers.
United for No Injustice, Oppression or Neglect, P.O.
Box 340371, Sacramento, Ca. 95833 email email@example.com
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