Martha Hennessy, Patrick O'Neill, Carmen Trotta
So, to the delight of many, Martha, Patrick, and Carmen of the Kings Bay Plowshares, were able to be bailed out of jail this morning!!! The three will have to wear ankle bracelets and be confined to their homes. They intend to work from their homes on organizing, giving interviews and preparing for trial. Meanwhile, Clare, Liz, and Mark have decided not to bail out, but will wait to see if the bail will be reduced. They will continue the jail witness and write, and prepare for trial. Steve Kelly, was not given the option of bail because he has a pending case in Washington State for a protest at the Trident sub base there.
The Names & ID #s
Clare Grady #015632
Elizabeth McAlister #015633
Stephen Kelly #015634
Mark Colville #015635
Glynn County Detention Center
100 Sulphur Springs Road
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