This is an update from James Mouritsen:
Jordan Halliday has consistently refused to testify before a federal grand jury that wants to know all about his friends, family, and associates in the animal rights community. Jordan has been held in jail (currently in Cache County) for more than two months (67 days, so far) because of his principled stand against coerced testimony that the government wants from him.
Today, Thursday, May 21 at 10 a.m., in Judge Campbell’s Court in the Federal Courthouse at the corner of 400 South and Main Street in downtown SLC, is an open, public hearing on Jordan’s “Grumbles” Motion, in which he asks Judge Campbell to release him, as he has shown that he will not change his mind about his refusal to testify. Jordan will be present, and is expected to testify.
All are invited to show support and solidarity with this brave young man in his principled stand. There will be a legal, civil, demonstration outside, beginning approximately 930am. All who wish to attend the hearing, in Judge Campbell’s court, beginning at 10am, are welcome.
Contact James Mouritsen, Ljames121@hotmail.com or 801 809-1630 with further questions.