Monday, November 2, 2009

Key Event in NYC Tonite and Each Monday

Radio Free Fahad
The link below is from the first of a weekly vigil organized by THAW (Theaters Against War, www.thawaction.org) outside of the Metropolitan Correction Center in protest of Fahad's conditions.(Visit freefahad.com for more information)here It features Actor/Author Wallace Shawn and Kathleen Chalfant (TONY Award winning Actress).

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Lift the Special Administrative Measures (SAMs)Also, you can ask the Attorney General to uphold the rights of Syed Fahad Hashmi by not renewing the Draconian SAMs imposed on him (set to expire this Thursday October 29). You can email the Attorney General and the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York using the following link: here

The above link is maintained by Educators for Civil Liberties

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New York—Fahad Hashmi, an American citizen, has been kept in Severe solitary confinement at The Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan for two and half years awaiting trial. He is under 24-hour electronic surveillance, is allowed no fresh air or sunshine, and can receive no letters or visits, outside of limited contact with his parents. These conditions are typical of the how terrorism suspects are being treated in U.S. prisons and courts. Guantánamo is set to be closed next year – it is time NOW to end violations of due process and inhumane detention happening right here at home.

NO Guantánamos At Home or Abroad

Join us every Monday evening for a Vigil from 6-7 pm Outside The Metropolitan Correctional Center (or may be called the Brooklyn Bridge Correctional Center/Courthouse– (150 Park Row) or at 500 Pearl Street (Subway: 4, 5, 6, J, M or Z to Brooklyn Bridge) be sure TO ASK TO BE SURE how to get here...Started Monday, October 19 and ongoing Mondays from 6-7pm Plz come out...

To Bear Witness to the Inhumanity of these Conditions

FEATURING A WEEKLY RADIO SHOW BY THEATERS AGAINST WAR (THAW) WITH SPECIAL GUESTS FROM BROADWAY AND OFF-BROADWAY EVERY WEEK

ART WORK BY ZINA SAUNDERS

2 comments:

Connie L. Nash said...

discussions with Andy Worthington, litigation lawyer working at Bagram, Debra Sweet of War Can't Wait, Berkeley Law School Activities Next week and more include: THAW...Theaters Against the War see http://www.thawaction.org

For Dr. Aafia Siddiqui's scheduled trial Tuesday 1:30 go to and be sure to check with court for Judge Berman before making the trip -http://www.muslimsforjustice.org

Connie L. Nash said...

....watch and support the good work of Dennis Kucinich, Russ Feingold, Jane Mayer, Bob Herbert, Common Dreams and Debra Sweet with World Can't Wait...