The Cambridge Two
Support the Cambridge Two
is here to record the injustice suffered by the charity
workers, Ruth Wyner and John Brock,
of Wintercomfort, and to provide
information that their supporters may find useful.
Ruth and John have now been freed,
after more than 200 days in prison.
On Dec 21, 2000, the appeal judges said that the convictions
would stand, but the sentences were reduced to 18 months.
and http://homepages.camnews.net/terrybraverman (formerly
for more information.
The struggle to introduce sanity into drugs policy goes on:
Email group for supporters - keep informed!
An email list `cam2@egroups' has been set up to help people keep up to date
on information, demonstrations, events.
You can join the list by going to the cam2-egroups site, by using the form here -->
or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com; you can receive the group messages
in various forms by email, or read them on the egroups web site.
To Unsubscribe, send a blank message to: cam2-unsubscribe@eGroups.com
"Not Guilty" will be playing a
celebration Cambridge Two gig on Sunday evening, March 18th, at
the Man in the Moon, Norfolk Street.
Peter Bottomley is pressing for a Royal pardon. An appeal to the House of Lords
is possible, as is an appeal to Europe.
`Reality Check' Rally, Saturday January 27th, CANCELLED.
Join the email list to keep informed of news.
Pictures of Cambridge Ultimate Frisbee squad supporting the Cambridge Two.
a second email list,
`cam2c@egroups' (note the extra `c' in cam2c)
for the Cambridge Two Action Committee to
communicate with itself. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your email address
added to cam2c.
Last modified Thu Nov 8 18:41:22 GMT 2001