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2012

On Sunday, November 18, 2012, Nashua Chantal, of Americus, Georgia, used a ladder to cross onto Ft Benning property to protest the continued training os soldiers at the School of the Americas. This is Nashua's second time crossing; he first crossed in 2004 and spent 3 months in prison.

On March 13, Nashua was sentenced to 6 months in federal prison by Judge Stephen Hyles, highlighting the political nature of the trials with the imposition of the maximum allowable sentence. We will continue to speak out for justice!

Nash was transferred to FCI Jesup in his home state of Georgia in May of 2013. He was released on September 11, 2013.


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1 Letter from Nashua - March 14
2 Letter from Pablo Ruíz to Nashua Chantal
3 Letter from Nashua - March 23
4 Nashua Update March 28
5 US Army Footage of Nashua's Action
6 SOA Watch Activist Sentenced to Six Months in Federal Prison
7 Nashua Chantal's Sentencing Statement
8 Nashua Chantal's Pre-Trial Statement
9 Nashua Chantal's 2005 Sentencing Statement
 

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