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SEVEN ARRESTED ON AUGUST 7

At the annual Catholic Worker sponsored Hiroshima/Nagasaki commemoration vigil on Saturday, August 7, seven people were arrested: five for crossing the line, two for ban and bar violations. The five that crossed the line to “pray for peace” included, Rev. Louie Vitale, OFM, Rev. Steve Kelly, SJ, and Jeff Dietrich, David Omondi, and Rebecca Casas of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker. The two arrested for a ban and bar violation included, Dennis Apel, of the Guadalupe Catholic Worker, and Mike Wisniewski, of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker. All were cited and released at Ryon Park in Lompoc, about ten miles from the base. A court date is forthcoming. See photos on the Photo Page.

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Comment from MacGregor Eddy
Time: August 15, 2010, 7:43 pm

SEP 15 time To be announced Minuteman III — Vehicle will probably send one or more unarmed warheads on a ballistic trajectory to the central Pacific. Launch will be conducted by a missile task force from the 91st Missile Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. Details about this launch were publicly released by Air Force Global Strike Command Public

Fr. Louie Vitale and Sister Megan Rice will go on trial Sept 15, 9 am in Santa Barbara 9 am at 1415 State Street. They were arrested at an ICBM launch August 23rd. The Minuteman III ICBM is a high speed, computer guided solid fuel thermonuclear warhead delivery system. Its continued testing is a violation of the Article VI of the Nuclear NonProliferation Treaty.

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