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TOMORROW -- invitation to two NDAA events in NYC

From: Sab S.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 7:38 PM
Tomorrow, Wednesday Feb 6th, is the hearing on the government's appeal of a lower court's decision that the indefinite detention provision of the NDAA is unconstitutional.  

We're hoping to pack the courtroom.  Click here or read on for more detail. 

Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Time: 10 A.M. EST – (please arrive 9:45 A.M.)
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Thurgood Marshall Courthouse
40 Centre Street (40 Foley Square)
Room 1505, 15th floor, New York City

Anyone interested in this pivotal case should attend. The goal is to pack the courtroom. An overflow room with the proceedings screened may be provided. We ask that you remain silent and respectful while in court; no signs, talking or gestures. The trial is expected to take approx. one hour.


5PM: Hedges v. Obama NDAA Panel

Tomorrow evening we're participating in a panel discussion about the NDAA at 5PM at the Culture Project, 45 Bleeker Street.  It will feature the lawsuit's plaintiffs and other activists, and be moderated by Huffington Post's Matt Sledge and Salon's Natasha Lennard.  More info here and below:

Pentagon Papers Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Chris Hedges and most of the Freedom 7 address U.S. Government’s Assault on Civil Liberties.

Join us at a split panel discussion on Hedges v. Obama and a pattern of abuse, intimidation and assaults on liberties.

The event will be followed by an audience Q & A.

panel panels

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