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As a Judge, you are sworn to uphold the constitution including our rights to peaceful assembly and free speech.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS Judge Elaine Lu decided to sentence Jasmine “Abdullah” Richards, a Pasadena Black Lives Matter leader, to 90 days in jail and 3 years probation following her persecution by L. District Attorney Jackie Lacey and the Pasadena Police Department for attempted lynching.
Jasmine was repeatedly targeted for arrest and faced exorbitant bail amounts and excessive charges.
The charge could bring as much as 4 years in state prison. Please join us in standing with her and demand "No Jail Time for Jasmine." Dear Judge Lu, I am writing you to ask that you not sentence Black Lives Matter activist, Jasmine 'Abdullah' Richards, to any jail time for the preposterous 'attempted lynching' she has been convicted of.
As you know, the law that Jasmine was convicted under was created to protect Black people from race-based mob violence at the height of America's lynching epidemic.