Apr 17, 2012
On Tell Somebody on April 17, 2012, we heard first from David Lane, Denver attorney who argued Reichle v Howards at the US Supreme Court on March 21, 2012. Lane represent Steven Howards, who was arrested after he told then vice president Cheney that his policies were disgusting. Lane said "This case has the possibility of radically reshaping how protest works in the United States."
After that, Brian Terrell, co-coordinator with Voices for Creative Non-Violence, talks about why he came to Kansas City for the Trifecta Resista, a weekend trio of protests against nuclear weapons production in Kansas City, Missouri, the abuse of Bradley Manning at Fort Leavenworth, and US drone policy at Whiteman Air Force Base near Knob Knoster, Missouri.
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