6:30 pm -- Come to Revolution Books
We hope to celebrate but regardless of the outcome, make plans to take this fight to another level!
2:30 pm -- Gather at Daley Plaza
Whatever the verdict, gather at Daley Plaza for a protest and media event -- bring signs, bring your friends!
9:30 am -- Come to the hearing
Support Gregory at his sentencing hearing
Cook County Courthouse, 5600 Old Orchard Rd., Skokie, IL
Spread the Word!!!
posted on REVOLUTION #211 A Grave Injustice Has Been Perpetrated.. FREE Gregory! No Jail Time!
A grave injustice has been perpetrated! In an outrageous trial, for "crimes" that never happened, a young man who came out of prison and took up revolutionary politics was convicted in a Skokie, Illinois, court on August 26 of three totally trumped-up criminal misdemeanor charges of trespass, simple battery (on a cop) and resisting arrest. In an additional outrage, instead of allowing Gregory to remain out of jail on bond pending a sentencing hearing, the judge revoked his bond and he was taken directly from the courthouse to jail. The sentencing hearing is September 8, where he faces as many as three years in jail. This railroad must be stopped!(read the whole posting)
Gregory Koger Writes From Jail
I want to express my most sincere and heartfelt thanks for the outpouring of love and support in the face of this political attack.
Although it pains me to be locked up in the hellholes of America's racist gulag once again, I now have the opportunity to bring revolution and communism to the youth and others locked down here with me in the Cook County Jail.
Despite the attempts of those in power in the ruling class to break my spirit, this political prosecution has only served to strengthen my determination to sweep this horrendous capitalist system of exploitation and oppression from the face of the earth and liberate all of humanity.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
· Show your support at the sentencing hearing on 9/8 9:30am
Cook County Courthouse, 5600 W. Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL, in Courtroom 205.
CALL Revolution Books to arrange for a ride to the hearing leaving Revolution