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Slideshow of the SOA 16 Trial

Click here to view a slideshow and listen to audioclips from the SOA 16 Trial

Saturday, January 27:
The SOA Watch activists organized an Anti-War Protest at the gates of Ft. Benning to coincide with the mass mobilization to end the war in Iraq taking place in Washington, D.C.

Sunday, January 28:
SOA Watch activists joined together at the Howard Johnson’s Presidential Ballroom for the “Festival of Hope” to honor and celebrate the sixteen defendants.

Monday, January 29:
The SOA 16 together with supporters march to the U.S. Courthouse and hold a press conference on the courthouse steps before trial begins. The trial ends at 3pm, the sentences range from 1 to 6 months in federal prison, with the exception of Katherine Whitney Ray who as a minor is served with 1 year probation and 50 hours of community service.

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Once the SOA 16 Trial came to and end the Associated Press released a news advisory on the SOA 16 Trial, we ask you, our supporters to please contact your local media and ask that they print and post the Associated Press piece on their paper and website.

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