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WHAT: Delivery of petition and Valentine's Day flowers to Spanish Embassy
WHEN: 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: 2375 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
CONTACT: Gael Murphy, gael at codepinkalert.org

OR

11:00 am, 150 East 58th Street, New York, Bernadette Evangelist, sleet15 at nyc.rr.com
11:30 am, 1405 Sutter St, San Francisco, Susan Harman, susanharman1 at gmail.com
11:00 am, 5055 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 860, Los Angeles, Sharon Tipton, sharonktipton at gmail.com
11:45 am, 180 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 1500, Chicago, Jay Becker, futurenotwritten at yahoo.com
1:00 pm, 31 St. James Avenue, Suite 905, Boston, Sue Serpa, neimpeach at gmail.com
11:30 am, 2655 Le Jeune R, Suite 203, Miami, Sandy Davies,  peacetopower at aol.com

If you've wanted to be part of a powerful effort to bring Bush-era officials to justice for their crimes, now is your chance. We've joined a national effort to reach out to the people of Spain, whose courts are considering prosecuting six of Bush's lawyers under international law. Our campaign includes an open letter and ads in prominent Spanish newspapers and billboards.

Even though the Obama administration has been working hard behind the scenes to stop this, our friends at the Center for Constitutional Rights have already submitted proof to the Spanish courts that our government is not taking action under international law and treaties. Now is our chance - we can keep the wheels of justice turning by doing people-to-people diplomacy now.

Here's what else you do: Read and sign the letter to the Spanish people at http://rootsaction.org

Originally posted to David Swanson on Sat Feb 12, 2011 at 07:49 AM PST.

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