September 2012
Nuclear Resister;9/3/2012, Issue 167, p2
This section offers news briefs related to activists in the U.S. as of September 2012. Activist Shakir Hamoodi turned himself to authorities in Kansas and was sentenced for violating economic regulations imposed from 1991 to 2003 in Iraq. Mark Kenney surrendered to a prison in Minnesota to serve a trespass sentence. Rafil Dhafir has been transferred to a prison in Indiana, which is closer to his home.


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