PROVIDE BOND FOR JEREMY HAMMOND
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PROVIDE BOND FOR JEREMY HAMMOND

    1. Petition by

      jason hammond

      somewhere, CO

SUPPORTERS OF JEREMY HAMMOND DEMAND BOND!

Jeremy Hammond is a longtime political activist and was arrested for allegedly hacking Stratfor. We feel he was targeted and set up by the State for his anti-war and anti-capitalist convictions. It has been 205 days since Jeremy has been arrested and incarcerated, and the state has still not issued a bond. We demand that Jeremy be issued a bond that is fair so that he can work on his case with his lawyers, instead of reviewing his case and working on his defense through bars.

Furthermore, we would like to see an end to the FBI raids and arrests on political activists. We know Jeremy is one of a great many in a history of state aggression towards people who speak up against injustice. Everyone has a right to dissent and protest, without threat of incarceration!

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    • Sheridan Phillips SANTA FE, NM
      • over 1 year ago

      Right of dissent.

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    • Andrea Bellomo PARIS, FRANCE
      • over 1 year ago

      because at the moment is the only way to fight with this liar system.

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    • Christina Larsson FREDERICTON, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      It is a basic right to be able to defend oneself accurately, and this can't be done from a jail cell. Jeremy did not commit murder, rape or theft. What he did may have been unlawful, but of anyone who has ever done so, he certainly has the right to be able to defend himself properly.

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      • over 1 year ago

      « La seule condition au triomphe du mal, c’est l’inaction des gens de bien »

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    • mathieu lavoie PARIS, FRANCE
      • over 1 year ago

      politic prisonner

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