Today there are close to 100 Political Prisoners still being held in the aftermath of COINTELPRO. Driven by a set of standards and values rooted in genuine brotherhood and sisterhood, these men and women were dedicated to the task of ushering in a social order of genuine peace and prosperity for all children, women and men transcending all class, cultural, ethnic and racial distinctions. Likewise, they were motivated by a desire for an equitable distribution of wealth and a fair economic, political and social system; not, at all, unlike the one envisioned by those who are part of today's 'Occupy Movement'. Subsequently, they set-off on a course of action to secure the same rights of food, clothing, shelter, education and health that are at the core of the grievances of 'Occupy Wall Street'. For no reason other than the fact that their activities, associations and political views were not conducive to the scheme of, nor looked upon favorably by, those at the helm of the U.S. government they were targeted to be neutralized and/or terminated. The majority of them were convicted as a result of gross judicial and/or prosecutorial misconduct as well as innumerable instances of false evidence, false testimony and 'frame-ups'. Many of them have been unjustly languishing in prison for 30 - 40+ years. There is a great need to bring dialogue to the Occupy movement that focuses on the struggle waged by those brave men and women and the reasons behind it as a prelude to launching an unrelenting campaign to win their freedom and release from imprisonment. Please, join us in this noble cause!
Free em all!!!
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