Court Hearings and Solidarity Actions Update

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UPDATES FROM THE FRONTLINE


CONTINUING SUPPORT AND SOLIDARITY ACTIONS NEEDED IN THE FACE OF ONGOING COLONIAL VIOLENCE
COURT UPDATES

After a long day in court yesterday ten land defenders including Sleydo' and Jocelyn remain incarcerated in so called Prince George. Court resumes at 9 AM Today.

Seven Land defenders including Sleydo's husband Cody Meriman we're released under conditions to obey the injunction and appear in court on February 14th.

Cody Meriman was given release conditions demanding he not return to the RCMP/CGL exclusion zone except to travel to his residence. Faced with this colonial conditional release, the decision was made to sign in order to take care of his and Sleydo's young children - not in any recognition of wrong doing.

Amber Bracken and Michael Toledano, the two journalists arrested were released yesterday with court dates and instructions to obey the injunction and re appear in court February 14th.

A legal defense fund is up and running for the court costs and a press release was put out by Gidimt'en Checkpoint detailing and condemning the colonial actions of CGL in the courts.

On the day of the second raid Cheif Woos along with media were blocked from accessing his territory by RCMP while they facilitated access for CGL workers.


SOLIDARITY

Across Turtle Island people continue to take action and share powerful statements of solidarity condemning these gross injustices.

Below are just a few of the amazing actions that have taken place and powerful statements from land defenders.

You Too Can Take Action:

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