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February 2013

Two grand jury resisters released today

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At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.

Two grand jury resisters released today

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At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.

Two grand jury resisters released today

by

At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.

Two grand jury resisters released today

by

At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.

Two grand jury resisters released today

by

At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.

Two grand jury resisters released today

by

At 4 p.m., Katherine “Kteeo” Olejnik and Matthew Duran tasted freedom for the first time in more than 5 months. The two have been imprisoned, without being convicted or charged of any crimes, for their failure to cooperate with a grand jury that has been convened in the Pacific Northwest to investigate anarchists allegedly involved in property destruction on May Day of 2012.