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CA RSOL Meeting – February 7 in San Diego

Please join us for the February meeting in San Diego on February 7th, 2015. The meeting will take place at California Western Law School, 225 Cedar Street, in Room LL31 and begin at 10 am.

The meeting will cover general topics of interest, as well as specific issues pertinent at meeting time, in addition to offering invaluable opportunities to network with others affected by this issue, as well as activists and professionals.

We welcome registrants, friends and family and other supporters to attend. The meeting is off-limits to media and government officials in order to ensure everyone’s privacy. There is no charge to attend.

Come join us in San Diego – Show up, Stand up, Speak up!

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Will anyone from the California Innocence Project be attending the meeting?

We will ask, but cannot guarantee.

I’ll be there, and I hope to talk with those parolees from San Diego again. I’d attend LA, but Im broke again for awhile.

Is anything scheduled or can be scheduled for Northern California/SF Bay Area?

We expect to return to Sacramento in March. Once confirmed, the date and place will be posted on this website.

Thanks Janice – we shall march on Capitol Hill!

I am so glade that you guys are having the meeting again, me and friend will all be there, we already started are texting to make sure all is there and on time.

The last meeting was not actually at that address but across the street in the library. I, and a handful of others, almost left without finding it because 225 Cedar was all locked up. Will it be at the library again? I would not want people who desire to attend to miss it.

Same place as last time…

i assume there will be no meeting at aclu los angeles?

We expect to return to the ACLU building in Los Angeles on April 4 or 11. We do not yet have confirmation that the meeting room is available on either of those dates.

They keep us on this public hit list, and still try to protect their own. The irony of the article below is breathtaking. They’re able to make the justification for removal saying it’s a risk to officers’ safety when its purpose is purely informational, but fail to see the same danger in the registry. These people are evil. Every day this registry exists is an absolute sin against humankind and the ones purporting to maintain it using public safety as a shield are truly the ones who seem a saint where most they play the devil.

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Sheriffs-Want-Popular-Police-Tracking-App-Disabled-289755401.html

I would love to attend this San Diego meeting but Saturdays are not possible for me. Do you ever offer these meetings on other days of the week? Thank you. I sure am glad I came across your website.

California RSOL conducts meetings on Saturday based upon input we have received that this is when most people are available. Perhaps with enough advance notice, you can plan to take a day off from your normal activities.

Thank you for your reply. Maybe I will be able to attend the next one!

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