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Re: Write to UK Peace Prisoners
Mar 26, 2003, 12:34
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Update from Philip Pritchard and Toby Olditch
Tuesday 25th March 2003

A very brief preliminary hearing was held at
Gloucester Crown Court yesterday. A group of 20 or
friends, family and supporters were outside court with
banners etc. An application for bail was mot made. The
plea and directions hearing date was set for May 30th.
At this hearing the trial date will be set. We think
the trial will be in September.

We will let you know any news re: bail as and when we
know.

There was some good coverage on BBC TV news and
Central news today. And we are expecting a letter from
Phil in the Daily Telegraph today and a piece in New
Statesman on Friday.

Here's the info re: letter writing and arranging
prison visits.

with lots of love
Zoe
PS. Excellent action yesterday by group of 14 peace
activists. They stopped a convoy of 6 freight vehicles
carrying B52 bombs (MK-80's, so called dumb bombs i.e.
none guided), they were on their way to RAF Fairford.
The protection offered by the 7 police vans, numerous
outriders and police cars proved no match for the
group of 14 who blocked the convoy back and front with
a clapped out old banger and a lock-on, the convoy was
held up for 15 minutes. No arrests and a clear non
arrest policy in place.



Correspondence
For correspondence ensure that you include the
prisoner number on the envelope, Put a return address
on the envelope, and on the letter if you want them to
write back to you - they haven't got address books

Toby Olditch - JT 5132
Phillip Pritchard - JT 5131
HMP Gloucester,
Barrack Square,
Gloucester, GL1 2JN

They especially like pictures and postcards of
gorgeous outside places

Email
You can send a message to them which we will print out
and send to hellophilandtoby@yahoo.co.uk
Put phil, toby or both in subject line
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