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COURT TOMMORROW, IM NOT BREAKING

by Julian Ichim


Court Tommorrow, IM NOT BREAKiNG!!!!!15 Nov

The crown, seeking a way out of this quagmire that they created with these charges stated that if I admit wrong doing through pleading guilty, my sentence would be greatly reduced. The view being that the extreme midigating factor being the stand that i have taken. The reason for this is that the crown is seeking to put the blame of these charges on me, and that I am responsible and to blame for my incareeration if found guilty.

As was shown in court every sentence i write is read and analyzed by the crown and his minions, so one can say that the crown knows me pretty well, and knows i am a person of principle who would never admit wrongdoing for a reduced sentence. By putting this out there the crown is seeking to make me look like the one who is unreasonable……..WHICH IS A LIE!!!!!

It was the crown who layed the charges, the crown who elected to move by inditement and the crown who is proceeding with these charges, i myself have simply took a principled stand and refused to back down.

The crown would really win a great victory if i backed down, they would be able to make this an issue of law and order as opposed to an issue of political persecution further pushing there agenda of criminalization. I refuse to play this part and i refuse to in any way shape or form allow the crown to make me into another Leia, to much is at stake, and like i said earlier by trying to break me they seek to win a victory over the movement.

I have gotten in quite a few fights over this issue and have been forced to sever ties with people who are close to me, which is what the crown aimed with this insidious position on sentencing. Some people feel that I already made my point and that taking the easy way out is the way to go. Not one day passes where i dont get into heated arguements with friends and family over this, the pressure to capitulate is great and my legal meetings have turned into sessions of discussing how to mitigate this damage. Yet despite this, and despite what the harder path is, i will enter a plea of NoT GUILTY tommorrow.

I have gone to far to back down, and if I was going to capitulate I would have done this at the begining. if miller wants to push his agenda of criminalization, he better try to achieve this in front of a jury, because i can honestly tell you hell nothing from me.

There can be no compromise with the court of injustice that incarcerates my comrades, trys to silence dissent and is a tool used to continue the policies of genocide promoted by this settler state.

Jail does not scare me and the only way these charges will go away will be through the political battlle i have and will wage.

People may have noticed that I did not put out a callout for court support this time, that is because I dont want people at my court who will not respect the stand that i am taking or attempt to pressure me to capitulate or look down on me. Tommorrow I am taking a just stand and its not the easiest thing to do, and I dont want people there that dont respect this making a hard desision harder. To my true comrades I hope to see you in court tommorrow at 361 university at 10 am, to those who are my friends but want me to make another desision please dont come, it will be to hard a pill to swallow to hear your critisms and attacks tommorrow

 


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