Written by      Wednesday, 24 September 2008 17:28    PDF Print E-mail
Beaten and Arrested by KPFA/Pacifica Bosses


On 8/20/2008, police were called by KPFA and Pacifica management to arrest a unpaid staff member Nadra Haeidy Foster at the station for trespassing. She was attacked, hogtied and arrested. This interview was conducted at the Alameda court house on 8/25/2008 with some of her supporters. Following the arraignment Lemlem Rijio the interim manager of KPFA entered the court house to drop the charges filed by KFPA and Pacifica. Other charges are still pending.

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0 # 2010-03-20 04:26
Atypical of thugs withe badges Malcom x stated the police conduct their activities in same vain as soldiers abroad guarding monetary rites of imperialist while protecting themselves and serving people of colour a healthy ass kicking!
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0 # 2010-09-04 16:11
I enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it that way.
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