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Feb 15, 2014
U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: Don't impose death sentence on 82-year-old nun and peacemaker
Sixteen years in
prison is not enough? Sister Megan Rice and her friends, all peace
activists, already face 16 years in prison if convicted for a nonviolent
peace action. Sister Megan, Greg Boertje-Obed, and Michael Walli went
to Oak Ridge, Tennesse, to say NO to nuclear holocaust. Instead of
dropping charges, the US Attorney General and the Department of Justice
are considering two additional charges against this 82-year-old nun and
two U.S. veterans, both sabotage charges. One carries 20 years and the
other 30 years in prison. With the new charges, the defendants would
face a maximum of 65 years in prison. This is the equivalent of a death
Megan, Greg, and Michael called their action "Transform Now
Plowshares," and brought nothing more dangerous than flashlights,
binoculars, bolt cutters, bread, flowers, a Bible, and household hammers
to Oak Ridge. They hammered on the walls of a storage facility to
symbolize the disarming and abolition of nuclear weapons. The real
danger to society is not this nun and two veterans, but instead the
facility they want to transform. This unconstitutional facility holds
enough weapons grade uranium to make more than 10,000 nuclear weapons,
far more than what scientists say is needed to destroy life on earth.
Please join in this petition to the Attorney General of the United
States asking him to refuse to authorize additional charges: 16 years in
prison for revealing the criminality and insecurity of nuclear weapons
production smacks of killing the messenger for the failings of the king.
For more see transformnowplowshares.wordpress.com. To contribute to this work for nuclear disarmament, click here.
Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General
Don't impose a death sentence on an 82-year-old nun.
Rice and two U.S. veterans, Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed, went
to Oak Ridge TN in a spirit of nonviolence and peace, to bring an end to
the scourge of nuclear weapons. New charges against them would amount
to a death sentence and ought not be considered.
people remind us of the United States' obligations under the Nuclear
Non-Proliferation Treaty to make concrete steps towards full nuclear
disarmament. It is your duty as Attorney General to make sure no new
charges are brought against these three heroes.