Leah-Lynn Plante Tells Her Story of Resisting

Leah-Lynn Plante is a political activist who, on July 25th, 2012, was arrest by FBI and Joint Terrorism Task Force agents at her home. She received several sopenas, and on October 10th, 2012, she was convicted and sentenced to prison, along with other activists.

The official reason for this was about a May Day rally which resulted in broken windows. But the truth is clear; this is an attack on an idea. This isn’t about vandalism, or civil disobedience, this is an attack on people who do not agree with their government. It is a crime on the highest order.

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5 Responses to "Leah-Lynn Plante Tells Her Story of Resisting"

  1. Adele Lewis  October 22, 2012 at 8:52 am

    Another example of “thought crime”.It’s awful,but I would not call this a crime of the highest order.It’s just one of the many injustices that is currently going on.Thank you for exposing this Plante’s unfair story.Whenever we come across cases like this the first step must always be exposure.

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    • Ander  October 22, 2012 at 9:06 am

      I think “a crime on the highest order” refers to “not agreeing with their government”.

  2. BJ  October 22, 2012 at 9:14 am

    PROPERTY damage is a crime but not jail-able unless of course she never answered the subpoena. Who the hell was her lawyer? Why the hell did she commit the crime of ignoring a subpoena? That gets you put in jail.

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  3. Aulis Vaara  October 22, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    subpoena*

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  4. JM  October 30, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    BJ, did you even watch it? She did not ignore the subpoenas. She went to every court appearance requested. She was jailed because she wouldn’t talk about her beliefs of our government. And she didn’t have anything to do with the property damage.

    Wow. So much for the fifth amendment…

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