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PUTTING TORTURE ON TRIAL
on the eve of the trial of Fr. Steve Kelly and Fr. Louie Vitale,please join them for a public program with Human Rights Attorney Bill Quigley, Voices for Creative Nonviolence cofounder Kathy Kelly, Musician Ted Warmbrand and others at7:00 pm Tuesday, October 16
First Christian Church 740 E. Speedway at Euclid, Tucson Check http://www.tortureontrial.org/ for additional speakers or call 323-8697.
THE TRIAL October 17, 8:30 a.m.U.S. District Court, 405 W. Congress, Tucson Support circle in the Courthouse plaza at 7:30 a.m.
Fr. Louie Vitale and Fr. Steve Kelly, represented by Bill Quigley, will face trial before a magistrate on charges of trespass and failure to obey an officer's orders for their nonviolent witness on Nov. 19, 2006 at Fort Huachuca. They attempted to give a letter of protest to the post commander of Fort Huachuca because of the leading role that the Fort has played in the development of the manuals advocating torture used at the SOA and current interrogation techniques being used by the Army.
Because the magistrate granted the prosecutor's motion inlimine, forbidding the defense from even mentioning issues related to torture, the Military Commissions Act, international law, etc. during the trial, these issues and more will be addressed at the public event October 16.
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