These funds are managed by the family and loved ones of Germaine Jr Breau & Aaron Francis, who are facing trial as we speak (April 2014) for the events of the Oct 17th 2013 raid, wherein Aaron & Jr were performing tasks with the Mi’kmaq Warrior Society - protecting their unceded territories against ecoterrorists and enemies of water, known as SWN (a fracking company).
Monies will go to canteen and other associated costs of being in prison. This will also include funds for gas money for visits (driving from Elsipogtog to Shediac Correctional is far), as well as phone calls which are not only collect but long distance. If you can not support financially please, Write a Warrior:
Aaron Francis | Germain “Junior” Breau
435 Lino Rd
Please help out with some funds for these imprisoned native land defenders. They have been behind bars for almost 6 months, and need assistance with everything from court clothes to commissary funds.
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