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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS TRAINING

How To Handle Encounters With Cops

Saturday, Jan 22, 2011 

1:30pm – 5:30pm

FREE
ALL AGES
SNACKS

Training will be at PARC [Peoples’ Action for Rights & Community]
in the Q Street alley
between 3rd and 2nd St.
Eureka

Hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch  (Fliers below)

Call 707.633.4493 for more information.

 

Do you know what to do if you’re stopped by the police?  Do your children?

Are you tired of your rights being violated?

This training focuses on the law “on the street” – what your rights are and how cops try to trick you out of them.  We want to share strategies to survive police encounters.

SPREAD THE WORD!  BRING FRIENDS, FAMILY & “STRANGERS!”

Download the Flier  HERE

or the Handbill HERE

 

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On August 9, 2007, Martin Frederick Cotton II was brutally beat to death– and refused medical treatment -by Eureka Police and Humboldt County Sheriff “Correctional Officers” (in the jail).

Since September of 2008, there has been a federal civil rights lawsuit brought by Martin Cotton’s baby daughter (through a legal guardian) and by his father, Martin F. Cotton.

 

There is a trial scheduled in the Federal Court in Oakland in front of Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong and a jury WHICH WAS JUST POSTPONED (Dec 15, 2010). There will be at least ten cops exposed and on trial for killing Martin.

Please begin organizing where you live to be there and make sure that it is known what these cops have done, what violence this system inflicts, and we want it to be understood- We will not tolerate intimidation, beatings, and murder by the police!!

 

Redwood Curtain CopWatch will be organizing people to travel to the Bay area to be present at the trial.  If you are in the Bay Area (or anywhere somewhat close), please organize support and presence in your area.   And if you can help folks from Humboldt get there, contact Redwood Curtain CopWatch.

 

http://redwoodcurtaincopwatch.net/node/632

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Days of Action To Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation, October 22nd and 23rd!

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS TRAINING:
HOW TO HANDLE ENCOUNTERS WITH COPS

Saturday October 16th 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Do you know what to do if you’re stopped by the police? Do your children?
Are you tired of your rights being violated?
This workshop focuses on the law “on the street” — what your rights are and how cops try to trick you out of them. We want to share strategies to survive police encounters.

Hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch

The training will be in EUREKA at PARC [Peoples’ Action For Rights and Community]. 

PARC is in the Q St. Alley between 3rd and 2nd St., on the SW side of the Samoa bridge

                                                                           ALL AGES
                                                                           FREE
                                                                           SNACKS

Call (707) 633-4493 for more info.

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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS TRAINING:
HOW TO HANDLE ENCOUNTERS WITH COPS

Saturday Sept. 25th 1:30pm – 5:30pm

 

hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch

at PARC [Peoples’ Action For Rights and Community]

EUREKA
Q St. Alley between 3rd and 2nd St.

ALL AGES
FREE
SNACKS

 

Call (707) 633-4493 for more info.

http://redwoodcurtaincopwatch.net/node/552/

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This is an Invite and Call To Action!

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Do you know what to do if you’re stopped by the police? Do your children? Are you tired of your rights being violated? This workshop focuses on the law “on the street” — what your rights are and how cops try to trick you out of them. We want to share strategies to survive police encounters.

Know Your Rights!

Workshop:  How To Handle Encounters with Police

FREE

at P.A.R.C. [Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community]
on Q street, take a right into the alley between 3rd and 2nd streets
in Eureka

ALL AGES WELCOME

SNACKS, COFFEE, JUICE

 

Workshop hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch

For info, call (707) 633-4493

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