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About Gina Lynn
In 1999, Gina Lynn was subpoenaed to a grand jury in St. Louis. She refused to cooperate and was jailed for Civil Contempt. She was released after 26 days on hunger strike. Her no compromise, smash grand jury strategy worked! Then in 2004, Gina was subpoenaed to another grand jury, this time in Seattle. After 22 days in jail, again on hunger strike, and being threatened with criminal charges, she took a different approach. While continuing to not implicate others, she avoided a potential 30+ year sentence. Gina’s experience with grand juries show what can work, and what may not work.
Today, EWOK! members Carrie Feldman and Scott DeMuth refused to testify in front of a grand jury in Davenport, Iowa, and were found to be in contempt of court. They were immediately handcuffed and hauled off by U.S. Marshalls. According to District Judge John Jarvey, who presided over the contempt hearings, both will remain incarcerated until they agree to testify. The state can lock them up for the duration of the grand jury–another 11 months. Read the rest of this entry »
***********Davenport Grand Jury Update***********
A second person, Scott DeMuth of Minneapolis, has been subpoenaed to the federal grand jury in Davenport, Iowa. Scott, along with previously subpoenaed anarchist Carrie Feldman, plans to resist the grand jury. His statement, as well as support info, is below. Read the rest of this entry »