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U.S. Government asked the Court to deny Gerardo Hernandez’s Habeas Corpus Motion

April 26, 2011
The U.S. Government asked the Court to deny Gerardo Hernandez’s Motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 to Vacate, Set Aside, or Correct Sentence and also to deny him a hearing to analyze his arguments and the so-called evidences presented against him.

The official position is in a 123-page document plus three annexes filed today before the Miami federal court by Caroline Heck Miller, who is the principal prosecuting attorney against our comrade and who was also the one that refused to charge terrorist Posada Carriles in 2005.

In the near future Gerardo’s defense attorneys will file his response and Judge Joan Lenard will make her decision.

Remember Leonard Weinglass’ words:

“The worst thing that can happen to anyone in the American system of justice is to be alone. Solidarity is necessary, not to intimidate the Court. But to indicate that the world is watching and the law should be followed.”

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