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Tre Arrow reached a non-cooperation plea agreement

Support Tre | 28.05.2008 22:20 | Animal Liberation | Ecology | Repression | World

American eco-activist, Tre Arrow, has reached a non-cooperation plea agreement with the authorities concerning the ELF charges against him. Below is a statement which his support campaign has circulated.

Forwarded message from
From Tre Arrow:

Blessings to all of you.

Perhaps you've heard that I'm set to take a plea bargain on June 3rd. In
the aftermath of Briana Waters' and Eric McDavid's trials, I have
weighed the options and decided that i don't want to take the risk of
potentially being convicted and spending the rest of my life in prison.

I want you all to know that this is a non cooperation plea agreement: I
am in no way selling my soul just to receive a sweet deal from the
prosecution. By this I mean I am not giving them any information about
anyone or any thing which could lead to others being prosecuted. They
offered me a deal I couldn't refuse, which takes into account the time I
served in Canada. For those who supported me through all of this, I
thank you deeply.

I continue to stand firm in my commitment to being a voice for the
Earth. I speak for the trees, for our fellow co inhabitants, and for the
voices commonly ignored. This is our home, our one and only Earth
Mother. Just as I will protect my birth mother from violation and harm,
I am dedicated to being a force to stop the unnecessary and egregious
assault on this precious planet. To this end I devote my music, my
passion, my life. I look forward to seeing everyone on June 3rd.


Tre Arrow Defense Committee

On the 3rd of June 2008, Tre is due in court due to his non-cooperation plea bargain, where he is admitting his own involvement in ELF activity but refusing to name anyone else as part of his plea.

The hearing is at 11am and Tre's support campaign are asking that people show their support for Tre by attending the hearing. The address of the court is:

1000 S.W. 3rd, Portland, courtroom #1527

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