[sixties-l] Fwd: Sara Jane Olson Speaks

From: radman (resist@best.com)
Date: 11/09/00

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    >From: zoe@cats.ucsc.edu
    >Subject: Sara Jane Olson Speaks
    >                                 Come hear
    >                 SARA JANE OLSON (aka KATHLEEN SOLIAH) -
    >                         TARGETED BY THE L.A.P.D.
    >                         November 14th, 7:30 p.m.
    >                           Louden Nelson Center
    >Sara Jane Olson is charged with planting pipe bombs under Los Angeles 
    >police cars in 1975, allegedly in retaliation for a police massacre in 
    >which six Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) members were incinerated. 
    >Although the bombs never detonated, Sara Jane is charged with attempted 
    >murder and is being implicated in 22 other SLA felonies, although she was 
    >never an SLA member. Learn the real facts in Sara's case which is one of 
    >the most wide-ranging prosecutions ever brought against a U.S. citizen.
    >More about Sara today: Sara, who has legally changed her name from 
    >Kathleen Soliah, is 53 years old and lives in the Twin Cities with her 
    >husband and three daughters. After she was arrested, $1 million bail was 
    >raised by family, friends, supporters, and church members. Sara believes 
    >in peace, justice, and social and economic equality for all and that we 
    >must educate to end racial and sexual discrimination and the violence that 
    >is created by these institutions. Sara has worked for these beliefs her 
    >whole life and has never hurt anyone. Sara has pleaded not guilty to all 
    >the charges against her. She is currently represented by Tony Serra of San 
    >Francisco, a well-known, long-active criminal defense attorney who has 
    >handled many high-profile cases, and by Shawn Chapman of Los Angeles.
    >Learn the real facts about this case.
    >For more information, call 427-1284.
    >Sponsored by the California Coalition for Women Prisoners
    >and the Coalition to Free Mumia and All Political Prisoners.

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