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#NoDAPL: Krow’s Extradition Hearing Scheduled for April 5

Krow is in need of your support! Her extradition hearing was just moved—it will take place on April 5 at 2:00 PM at the Morton County Courthouse, 210 2nd Ave NW, Mandan, North Dakota. At the hearing they will try to prove that Krow is on probation in Wisconsin, after which she can waive or continue to fight extradition.

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Originally published by Support Krow

Though Krow has been released from jail since her arrest, this hearing will have a large impact on her future legal standing in North Dakota and potentially Wisconsin. Typically, those arrested in resistance movements receive a lot of support shortly after their arrest, but support tapers off after their case stops making headlines. Please continue to send your support to all water protectors who have been and are being held by the state for their involvement with the No DAPL struggle, including Rattler, Red Fawn, and Charles “Scorch” Jordan.

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Image: Krow’s extradition hearing will take place April 5 at 2:00 PM at the Morton County Courthouse, 210 2nd Ave NW, Mandan, North Dakota

On that note, one piece of good news: Charles “Scorch” Jordan, who has been in jail since November, was just released from Burleigh City Jail in Bismarck, North Dakota! This release was largely due to continued outside support, so thank you to everyone who helped make that happen.

You can donate to Krow’s support fund at supportkrow.org/donate. Contact supportkrow[at]riseup.net if you have questions about the hearing, how to support Krow, or other No DAPL prisoners.

Video from Crow’s arrest on February 4th, 2017

2 thoughts on “#NoDAPL: Krow’s Extradition Hearing Scheduled for April 5

  1. […] via #NoDAPL: Krow’s Extradition Hearing Scheduled for April 5 — Enough is Enough! […]

  2. […] Krow had their extradition hearing at 2:00 pm yesterday in Morton Cty, ND; they are currently still ‘out’ in the relatively free world, & the ‘state’ of Wisconsin has ten days to pick them up & transport them into their custody for alleged activist related charges there. If they do not appear within this time frame, the Governor’s warrant is null & void, & the whole process would then have to be refiled & theoretically start over. […]

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