Leah-Lynn Plante

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On July 25th, 2012, she was arrested by FBI and Joint Terrorism Task Force agents at her home.

 

A Document by Leah-Lynn Plante

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Statement by Leah-Lynn Plante for her Grand Jury appearance 10 October 2012statement10 October 2012Leah-Lynn Plante
US/Police state
As a 24 year old political activist, Leah was subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury three times between August and October 2012 in relation to civil unrest in Seattle during a 2012 May Day rally. She refused testify on each occasion and was imprisoned for 'civil contempt' on 10 October 2012. She was denied the right to remain silent, such that her constitutional right of non-self incrimination did not apply. Two others have also been jailed in the same manner by the same investigation.
 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Statement by Leah-Lynn Plante for her Grand Jury appearance 10 October 2012statement10 October 2012Leah-Lynn PlanteAs a 24 year old political activist, Leah was subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury three times between August and October 2012 in relation to civil unrest in Seattle during a 2012 May Day rally. She refused testify on each occasion and was imprisoned for 'civil contempt' on 10 October 2012. She was denied the right to remain silent, such that her constitutional right of non-self incrimination did not apply. Two others have also been jailed in the same manner by the same investigation.


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