“Plastic Lawyer Candidate” by Cahill vs. Kalma
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New song by Cahill vs. Kalma “Plastic Lawyer Candidate” to premiere on Adam vs the Man Live TONIGHT!
World premiere of the new single by Cahill vs. Kalma, “Plastic Lawyer Candidate” live on Adam vs The Man TONIGHT!
“Too Much of a Good Thing” by Cahill vs Kalma is now available!
The first single titled “Too Much of a Good Thing” from the soon to be released debut album from Cahill vs Kalma now available via iTunes for 99 cents or for free via davecahill.bandcamp.com, as well as on youtube!
Listen to the song below:
“Too Much of a Good Thing” by Cahill vs Kalma
Dave Cahill – Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Noise
Kalma – Drums, Bass, Guitar, Noise
Produced by Dave Cahill & Brian Herman
Engineered by Brian Herman
“Blood For Fuel” by THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES
Performance dedicated to Free Adam Kokesh.
Hey everyone, please take a moment to read the following about a friend of mine who is being held on a provisional arrest warrant issued by the U.S. Attorney’s office for bogus charges dating all the way from back at the 2010 G20 in Toronto! As the following states, Dane is a dedicated social justice advocate, humanitarian aid volunteer, and student. He has spent the past several years in Arizona providing humanitarian relief on the US/Mexico border, and organizing against racist profiling laws and mass incarceration. Find out more at supportdanerossman.blogspot.com.
Early on the morning of Thursday, February 21st, U.S. Marshals arrested Dane Rossman at his home in Tucson, AZ on a provisional arrest warrant issued by the U.S. Attorney’s office, acting on a Canadian extradition request. Dane is one of five Americans sought in Canada for alleged offenses stemming from the G20 summit.
On June 26th and 27th, 2010, tens of thousands of individuals gathered in Toronto to protest the G20 summit. The G20 is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from nineteen powerful countries plus the European Union. During the 2010 summit, Canadian authorities specifically targeted people involved in migrant justice, indigenous solidarity and anarchist organizing for prosecution. Dane was arrested along with over 1,100 other protesters in the largest mass arrest in Canada’s history. He was processed and released without charges. Now, three years later, he is facing three charges related to alleged property damage.
Dane is a dedicated social justice advocate, humanitarian aid volunteer, and student. He has spent the past several years in Arizona providing humanitarian relief on the US/Mexico border, and organizing against racist profiling laws and mass incarceration.
The extradition of an individual from the U.S. to Canada for property damage is almost unheard of. Dane’s extradition is political in nature because it is meant to create fear and criminalize dissent. As long as global institutions exploit our communities for profit, people will cross nation-state boundaries to protest and make known the suffering in their home communities.
Dane is currently being held at the federal Corrections Corporation of America facility in Florence, AZ, a private prison where most of his fellow inmates are being held on immigration related “offenses”. As Dane’s supporters and friends, we extend solidarity to all those who face state repression, those in prison due to G20 protest charges, and those incarcerated for crossing nation-state boundaries. Dane has an extradition hearing set for April 16th, 2013.
Please show your support in anyway that you can and get the most up to date information at supportdanerossman.blogspot.com.