Inside & Out

Write a note of support to these imprisoned anti-nuclear and anti-war activists

Key:
Name ID# (if needed)
prison or support address
(sentence – in/out date if known)
(action & date)

NUCLEAR RESISTERS

Betsy Lamb was released from SEATAC prison on Monday, June 12 after appearing at a detention hearing and signing off on conditions of release.  She is one of six members of the Pacific Life Community who were arrested during a nuclear abolition protest at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor in Washington state.  Their trial is scheduled for September 6.

Leonard Peltier 89637-132
USP Coleman I, U.S. Penitentiary, POB 1033, Coleman, FL 33521.
(life)
(Native American political prisoner framed for abetting murder while defending traditional indigenous from threats including uranium mining on sacred lands)

ANTI-WAR RELATED ACTIONS

Rafil Dhafir 11921-052
FMC Devens Unit GB, Federal Medical Center, P.O. Box 879, Ayer, MA  01432.
(22 years – out 4/26/22)
(Convictions resulting from providing humanitarian and financial aid to Iraqis in violation of U.S. sanctions, 2/05)

Norman Edgar Lowry Jr. KN 9758
SCI Dallas, 1000 Follies Rd., Dallas, PA 18612.
(1 to 7 years – max out 8/31/18)
(Sentenced 5/21/12 for third trespass at military recruiting office in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 8/1/11)

Jared Chase M44710
P.O. Box 99, Pontiac, IL 61764.
(8 years – out 11/6/17)
(Convicted of possession of incendiary devices with intent to commit arson during protests at NATO summit in Chicago, May, 2012)