Tar Sands Blockaders Face Years in Jail on Trumped-Up Charges— Donate Today!
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In November, Ben Reynoso, Lizzie Alvarado, and Julie Henry climbed into trees in Texas to stop the construction of the KXL pipeline.
Their action got them charged with criminal trespass, felony mischief, and felony use of a criminal instrument. Altogether, these charges could lead to imprisonment for several years and fines of tens of thousands of dollars.
On August 26th, they will face the Cherokee County judge for the first time. You can show your support for these activists by donating to their legal fund:
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