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Mary Helene Mele
Bellingham, Washington
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I am thinking that the decision process leading up to pleading guilty or not guilty is a delicate one. It's important to me to do this civil disobedience as part of a group, a group formed by the process of prayer. We are not disputing the facts of the case,... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Trident
I’ve been talking about our upcoming trial on September 6, 2017 and listening to the responses. While people have generally applauded being arrested for civil disobedience most people have a negative reaction to the idea of going to jail for 3 months. “Is this the best use of your time?... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2017 at Trident
There are 8 deployable nuclear submarines at the naval base on the Kitsap Pennisula in Washington state.. Each sub can carry 24 missiles. Each missile has 8 independently targeted warheads. Each warhead has 38 times the destructive power of the Hiroshima bomb. The math: 8 x 24 x 8 x... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2017 at Trident
Mary Helene Mele has shared their blog the disconnect
Jun 8, 2017
Mary Helene Mele has shared their blog Mele Family Blogs
Jun 8, 2017
First of all, here's a picture of me with my lawyer Blake Kremer, J.D., today. He says to tell you that he normally defends people accused of murder, assault and other violent offenses. His specialty. But his pro bono work is non-violent resistance at the Trident nuclear base near Bremerton.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2017 at Trident
There were six of us and we decided to act as a group, Betsy, Alex, Karin, Steve, Charlie and me. We met at the Pacific Life Community retreat in March and participated in planned civil disobedience. There's a blue line at the navy base where there's the largest concentration of... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2017 at Trident
Mary Helene Mele is now following Nick Mele
Aug 10, 2013
Current (2017): Nick Mele's blog, at irregular intervals, on the political world; worth reading. They are current, regardless of the date. Old, but dear Immigration events, beginning August, 2009 with the walk from Bellingham to the Tacoma Detention Center, and related walks since then. thought I... Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2010 at Mele Family Blogs