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12. The trio supports the "Transform Now Plowshares" peace movement that opposes nuclear weapons.
1. Felony count of destruction of property inside a special maritime Jordan Cap Cement
Last week prosecutors revealed they would pursue a felony charge of destruction of government property in a special government maritime territory and a misdemeanor charge of federal trespassing. The indictment presented in court Thursday revealed a second felony charge for causing more than $1,000 in damage to government property "by means of cutting, painting, and defacing."
The current charges against the three defendants carry much steeper penalties than what Lentsch faced. Rice said she is ready to endure a prison sentence of any length.
jurisdiction. Maximum penalty of up to five years in prison, up to $250,000 fine, and no more than three years supervised release.
2. Felony count of "cutting, painting and defacing" Y 12 property and causing damage greater than $1,000. Maximum penalty of up to 10 years in prison, up to a $250,000 fine, and no more than three years supervised release.
12 protesters on additional felony charge
"People should work for life and not for death, for peace and not for war," said defendant Michael Walli. "There are no nuclear warheads in heaven. He [Jesus] does not want any on earth either."Several anti nuclear weapons activists were on hand Thursday to provide a demonstration of support for the defendants. Among the supporters was Mary Dennis Lentsch, a Catholic nun who has served time in federal prisons for trespassing at Y 12.
The charges stem from a July 28 break in when 63 year old Michael Walli, 57 year old Greg Boertje Obed, and 82 year old Catholic nun Megan Rice were arrested outside the Highly Enriched Uranium Materials Facility (HEUMF) at Y New York New Era Snapback
3. Misdemeanor count of federal trespassing. Maximum penalty of one year in prison, up to a $100,000 fine, and no more than one year supervised release.
"It's done in a prayerful discernment process. You have some idea of what Detroit Tigers Hat Orange you might be facing," said Lentsch. "In that discernment process beforehand, there is a realization that once you have done the action you lose all control of what is going to happen to you."
"This is a very, very critical situation for the world and we should be thankful that they are beginning to think about it [security]," said Rice following Thursday's court appearance. "I was at total peace. Total
Lentsch spent two months in federal prison for trespassing after she crossed a barricade at a Y 12 protest in 2002. She repeated the action in July 2010 and served three months in prison.
The protesters cut through several fences before spray painting messages on the outside of the building, splashing it with human blood, and holding a peace ritual before they were eventually caught. The episode forced Y 12 to halt nuclear production while it reviews security.
A federal grand jury has indicted three nuclear weapons protesters who are accused of an unprecedented break in and vandalism at the Y 12 National Security Complex. The indictment includes a new felony charge with tougher penalties.
Lentsch says she and other protesters heavily examine every possible consequence before deciding to cross the line.
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peace. There was no fear. They [the guards] were gentle."
a stronger penalty than two other previous charges. With the new indictment that combines all three counts, the defendants could face a maximum sentence of up to 16 years behind bars.
"Nuclear weapons are instruments of death and massive destruction, so I see them as evil," said Lentsch. "I know what they [the defendants] are going through right now."
A PDF of the indictment outlines the three criminal counts charged against the protesters. They breakdown as follows:
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"For the rest of my life," said Rice. "Truth is the reason."For now both Rice and Walli are released on the condition they stay out of any federal facilities. They also must restrict travel to East Tennessee and current living arrangements at a Catholic Worker House in Washington, DC. Boertje Obed has decided to remains in custody rather than seek a conditional release.
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