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Sign Petition/To Governor Andrew Cuomo; Freedom, Leniency and Pardon Cecily McMillan

Occupy Wall St Activist Cecily McMillan♥ Convicted/On To The Appeal #Sign Pardon Petition To Eric Holder Jr Attorney General of the United States
Pack the courtroom again at Cecily's sentencing hearing on May 19th. Her sentence ranges anywhere from 2-7 years and possibility of probation.

This is especially important since Cecily has been remanded and immediately sent to Riker's until then, and it will be an opportunity for her to see how much we all still love and support her.

We must remain calm and respectful in the courtroom to set a good image for ourselves.

Everyone should wear business casual clothing. For more information on developments in the trial and a collection of press attention, please check out

Sentencing Hearing
100 Centre St
Part 41 (room 1116)
Monday-May 19th, 2014
9:30 am

There will be breakfast beforehand.

Support Cecily McMillan by watching this video on her assault by an nypd officer in 2012, then write a letter requesting leniency for her May 19, 2014 sentencing. Send a Letter to Judge Zweibel online, here.

Cecily McMillan will appeal verdict in OWS persecution  May 5th, 2014  IndyRadio

Cecily McMillan The New School Free Press

The Village Voice Blind Justice: Cecily McMillan Faces Prison for Assaulting Cop Tue., May 13 2014 Anna Merlan More About Cecily McMillan  

Free Cecily McMillan! A Special Issue of the Occupy Gazette May 13, 2014 Sarah Leonard

snark-sarcasm tag: The Open-and-Shut Assault Case Against Occupy Activist, Cecily McMillan: Just Look at the Pictures May 15, 2014 Michael Shaw

Solidarity, Peace And Justice,

Originally posted to rebel ga on Fri May 16, 2014 at 05:00 PM PDT.

Also republished by New Jersey Kossacks, Shamrock American Kossacks, Protest Music, Subversive Agitation Team Action Network, and Team DFH.

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