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All Out in Support of Byron Sonne

This arrived in my inbox. If you’re in the Toronto Area, I urge you to come out for this!

Pack the Court! Last day of Byron Sonne’s Trial</strong>

After seven weeks of trial since November 2011, the last day of Byron Sonne’s trial is finally here. Closing arguments will be occurring this THURSDAY MARCH 29th.

Express your solidarity with Byron by joining his friends and family at the courthouse. Break the isolation of the legal system and provide a visible reminder of the many communities uniting in support.

When: Thursday March 29th at 10:30am Where: Ontario Superior Court - Room 2-2 (361 University Ave, Toronto - Near St Patrick Stn) Web: http://g20.torontomobilize.org/node/772</a> http://www.facebook.com/events/105483649584549</a> Follow #freebyron & #g20report on twitter.

While many charges were dropped after the preliminary inquiry, Byron still faces charges of possession of explosive substances and counseling the commission of mischief that was not committed.

Byron is a hacker and internet security consultant arrested June 22nd 2010. Byron was denied bail for eleven months following his arrest and still faces extensive restrictive bail conditions including nonassociation with many people and those who belong/belonged to AW@L, SOAR and the TCMN. (If you think this might be you, please wait until his lawyer is present before talking to him).

Catch-up! Byron’s support team have been posting court notes online: http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day27.md</a> http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day26.md</a> http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day25.md </a> http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day24.md </a> http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day23.md</a> http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/blob/master/daily-notes/day22.md</a> and earlier at http://github.com/colah/ByronTrialNotes/tree/master/daily-notes</a>

More information about his case at http://freebyron.org</a>