Friday, March 26, 2004

Bhms: They have to be kidding

Former convicts and supporters took to Rawson Square Wednesday with placards calling for the freedom of drug convict Samuel '90' Knowles, who is fighting against extradition to the United States.

The protesters were adorned in white and black T-shirts which read 'Freedom March- Justice and Equality for all' on the front, while the back read 'Extradition, do we have any rights?' They chanted "Free 90," "Free the General."

Despite predominantly asking for Mr. Knowles to be given freedom the protesters said they want a "second chance" and were to partner with the Government in the growing fight against crime.


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