March 2012 Archive

Support for arrested journalists

Such is the case with Bradley Stuart Allen, a freelance photographer who faces charges for documenting a building occupation.

Sixteen Thousand People Send Messages to Journalists Arrested During Occupy Protests

Nearly 70 reporters and citizen journalists have been arrested across the U.S. while covering the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Dennis Bernstein Interviews Bradley Stuart Allen and Ben Rice on KPFA’s Flashpoints

It certainly appears to be a decision by the District Attorney, to go after individuals that are not on their A-List, shall we say.

Letter from Bob Fitch, Renowned Civil Rights Photographer, to Santa Cruz DA: Dismiss All Charges

Although my obvious editorial interests were peace, justice and labor issues, and was often labeled "alternative", my status as "press" was always respected, never questioned!!

Chris Burnett Interviews Bradley Stuart Allen on KPFK’s Indymedia On Air

Chris Burnett interviews Santa Cruz Indymedia photojournalist Bradley Stuart Allen, who's facing a felony conspiracy for publishing photos of an Occupy demonstration.

Davey D Interviews Bradley Stuart Allen on KPFA’s Hard Knock Radio

We are seeing something that is very chilling, when you have folks who are un-bought and un-bossed, being told that they are not journalists, because they didn’t want to pick up and go along with the party line.

Letter from Sherry Conable to Santa Cruz DA: Dismiss Charges – Bradley Stuart Allen

This is a shameful waste of taxpayers money, a black eye to the Constitution of the United States, and a terrible thing to put him through.

Journalism Groups Protest Prosecution of Photojournalist

"It is wholly inappropriate, and indeed unconstitutional, for a public prosecutor to single out representatives of a disfavored news organization for prosecution."

Society of Professional Journalists letter to Santa Cruz DA in support of Indybay reporter Bradley Stuart Allen

Taking photographs, gathering information about a planned event and disseminating a report to a public audience should not be characterized as criminal conspiracy; instead, these activities make up the basic process of news gathering.

Periodistas de Indybay acusados de delito grave: Conspiración para hacer los medios

Discriminación por opinión y procesamiento selectivo contra periodistas independientes.

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