KINGS BAY PLOWSHARES ACTIVISTS HAVE BEEN MOVED

On Monday, May 7, the seven Kings Bay Plowshares activists – Liz McAlister, Steve Kelly, Carmen Trotta, Mark Colville, Martha Hennessy, Clare Grady, and Patrick O’Neill were moved to the Glynn County Detention Center, in Brunswick, Georgia.

On May 10 they will appear in federal court in Brunswick. Last week, an indictment was filed by the federal government and the group was charged with four counts: conspiracy, destruction of property on a Naval Station, depredation of government property, and trespass.

You can now write to them at:

Carmen Trotta #015636

Clare Grady #015632

Patrick O’Neill #015637

Elizabeth McAlister #015633

Stephen Kelly #015634

Martha Hennessy #015631

Mark Colville #015635

Glynn County Detention Center
100 Sulphur Springs Road
Brunswick, GA 31520

Significant correspondence restrictions continue at the new jail. Plain white postcards only can be sent, either pre-stamped or metered (white pre-stamped postcards are available at some post offices and online). Minimum size – 3.5” x 4.25”. Maximum size – 4.25” x 6”. Written with black or blue pens only – no other color ink and no paint, crayon, marker or anything affixed with glue. Please handwrite your return address. No return address label or other labels or stickers allowed. All postcards are subject to search and/or screening. No letters will be accepted.

Inmates can receive new paperback books from a publisher only. We’ll share information when available about their book “wish list.” We will also check if there is restrictions on how many books a prisoner is allowed at a time.

You can check out the new Kings Bay Plowshares website for information about the action, updates, prisoner reflections, jail addresses, suggestions about how to continue the witness, how to make a donation and more. Also, visit the Kings Bay Plowshares Facebook Page.

If you want to be added to the list to receive e-mail updates from the Kings Bay Plowshares, please e-mail Jessica Stewart at jms733@cornell.edu

Permanent link to this article: http://lacatholicworker.org/2018/05/08/kings-bay-plowshares-activists-have-been-moved

1 comment

    • David Maciewski on May 11, 2018 at 2:14 am
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    The Kings Bay Plowshares are acting for us all and a liveable future. Thank you for your courageous and inspiring witness.

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