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See: Global Marijuana March. ~600 different cities since 1999. First Saturday in May. City lists: 1999 2000 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 2010. 11 ...Search them. Add city name to search.
With less than 5% of world population the USA has over 2.4 million of 9.8 million world prisoners! The majority of U.S. inmates are in due to the drug war.
Most Republican leaders oppose cheap universal healthcare. 45,000 uninsured Americans die each year due to lack of health insurance.
FBI abuses of power. Framing people. Blacklisting. Collecting files on local political and activist groups, individuals, politicians, etc.. Spreading misinformation to get people fired, harassed, smeared in the media, distrusted by activists, etc.. And much more. In concert with many government agencies, politicians, etc..
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*6-2002. The Campus Files. San Francisco Chronicle special report reveals covert FBI links to Reagan, campaign to fire UC president. Large set of web pages and links. 17-year legal battle to get censored FBI documents released. "The FBI has yet to finish turning over the last of the records, said James Wheaton, the Oakland lawyer now handling the case."
http://www.sfgate.com/campus/

*6-2002. Associated Press, June 8 2002. FBI, CIA Worked Covertly to Harass UC Students, Faculty, President. "The FBI, working covertly with the CIA and then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, spent years unlawfully trying to quash the voices and careers of students and faculty deemed subversive at the University of California. ... 17-year legal challenge brought by a San Francisco Chronicle reporter under the Freedom of Information Act forced the agency to release more than 200,000 pages of confidential records covering the 1940s to the 1970s."
http://santacruz.indymedia.org/front.php3?article_id=1096

*6-2002. Operation Mockingbird today. White Rose group. Re: Major Media Ignores National Protest Against DEA. "The so-called free press in America was long ago subverted by the FBI, CIA, right-wing mega-corporatism, ClearChannel, etc.. That is a big reason why there are so few mainstream mega-media articles concerning the June 6 DEA Direct Action Day for Medical Cannabis [in 55 cities nationwide]. The Mainstream Media has long covered up the actions of U.S. death squads both here in the USA and internationally. The DEA is now a death squad. ... As concerns medical cannabis patients the DEA (U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency) is definitely becoming more and more of a death squad. By closing down safe access to medical cannabis clubs and dispensaries in California and other states that have VOTED to legalize medical cannabis. The DEA is ABOVE THE LAW."
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cannabisaction/message/138

6-2002. From San Francisco Indymedia:
http://sf.indymedia.org/features/judibari/
FBI LOSES: JURY AWARDS $4.4 MILLION AGAINST FBI POLITICAL POLICE
The FBI loses! As Ashcroft plots the expansion of the American police state, a jury in Oakland has found the FBI at fault for attempting to frame environmental/labor activists Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney. Three senior agents from the FBI's terrorism squad, which worked with the Oakland Police Dept. collecting files on local political and activist groups, as well as three OPD officers were found liable for violating the Bari and Cherney's 1st and 4th amendment rights. "This verdict shows that activists are the target of the FBI and that reasonable people can see that, and they've awarded us huge damages because of that," says Earth First!er Alicia Littletree. Full details | Press release

The 10-person federal jury reached unanimous verdicts against 6 of the 7 defendants, but remains undecided on the claim surrounding Cherney's arrest and found no liability for the conspiracy claims, perhaps because evidence of COINTELPRO-style frameups was withheld by Judge Wilken. "We have more to appeal than they do," says plaintiff's attorney Dennis Cunningham, referring to withheld evidence and the six FBI agents dismissed from the case. Cherney summed it up to the press, "We argued this case with our hands tied and the jury blindfolded and we still won." Judi Bari v. FBI full coverage

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