Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Another day, another jail for Carrie. Below is the information and a new address to write. Shiiiite...

The following is from Support Carrie and Scott.

Carrie moved AGAIN!

Carrie was just transferred to Dubuque County Jail; seems like Muscatine was just a temporary stop. (Any mail that has been sent there may or may not get to her; we would like to encourage folks to re-send mail to this address).

We think Dubuque is where she'll be for a while. Here is her mailing address there–mail should be getting through now:

Carolyn Feldman
770 Iowa St.
Dubuque, IA 52001

Mailing regulations for this jail: letters and cards are okay, "nothing inappropriate," no glitter. Photos are okay, including Polaroids. You cannot send stamps or envelopes; she has to buy them with commissary money. Commissary money can be sent to the jail in the form of money orders; make sure to note that the money is for her.

Books can come from publishers or bookstores. Hardbacks are okay. Magazines can come from publishers. Copied zines are not allowed (we know).

Carrie is in segregation at this jail for an unknown amount of time, on 23-hour lockdown, and she is no longer allowed visits from anyone other than immediate family. It is going to be especially important for people to write her now, as this may be her only contact with the majority of the outside world for a long time. Please write to Carrie and encourage others to do the same!

And as always, you can send e-letters to davenportgrandjury@riseup.net; we'll print them out and send them along.

Thank you all for your continued support.

1 comment:

Oread Daily said...

Somehow, I skipped the last page wich follows.

Feldman, who studied two years at St.
Catherine University before taking time off,
is, like DeMuth, active in several Minnesota o
rganizations, including Coldsnap Legal
Collective and Earth Warriors are OK!
(EWOK!), which supports people arrested
during environmental or animal rights

She was volunteering with Coldsnap when
she was arrested during the RNC and said
Ramsey County Sheriff Robert Fletcher told
her she was suspected of conspiracy to
commit a riot. Officials released her without
charges. She, like Deutsch, believes the RNC
connections could be linked to the current

"Feldman likely has knowledge about
persons associated with ALF; she does not
deny it," Cronk argued in writing. "The nature
of her arguments which deflect attention
from her and attacks the government suggest
that she does."

Jim Feldman, called to the stand during his
daughter's November contempt hearing, says
he answered "yes" when asked if she was an

"In retrospect, I should have asked Cronk to
define his term," he said in an e-
mail. "Subsequent statements from him
indicate that he thinks anarchism equates to
being a terrorist intent on using violent
means to take down the government."

The government notes that in 2006 Carrie
Feldman owned white rats similar to those
sprung from the laboratory. Her mother, Julia
Philips, said the pets came from a friend and
the humane society. She said the
government's insinuation is "kind of wacky."

Kushner, whose appeals for Feldman's
release have twice been denied, continues to
try, with a latest court ruling expected

Feldman said she's prepared to do the whole
11 months, if necessary. She adds:

I don't think they should have the right to
force me to testify or bully me by holding me
in jail because I'm involved in political

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