The Presidio 27 deserve justice!

San Francisco: the Committee, [1969]. 8.5x11 inch sheet printed both sides, one side all text, the other side reproducing two black and white photos of prisoners in the Presidio Stockade reading grievances to the brass, and having mutiny charges read to them in response. Very good. Also included is a petition demanding that the mutiny charges be dropped, 8.5x11 inches, very good.

The Presidio 27 were charged with mutiny for organizing a protest in the stockade at San Francisco's Presidio after the Army judged that a guard who had shot a mentally ill prisoner in the back had engaged in justifiable homicide. Text draws attention to broader problems with military judicial processes.

Cat.No: 181817

Price: $25.00