Committee to Stop FBI Repression plans to protest Alhambra activist's second court appearance

Activist and Alhambra resident Carlos Montes' second court date at the Alhambra Courtroom will be on Tuesday at 8:30 am. Montes was charged with four counts of perjury, one count of being in possession of a firearm as a convicted felon, and one count of being in possession of ammunition as a convicted felon. At his first court appearance on July 16, Montes requested an extension as he did not have legal representation, and asked for the police report regarding his arrest. A redacted copy of the report was granted by the judge.The Los Angeles chapter of the Committee to Stop FBI Repression plans to stage a protest outside the courthouse, and to have members present inside the courtroom. The committee is also urging its members to call US Attorney General Eric Holder's office to voice their support of Montes.Montes was arrested on May 17 after deputies executed a search warrant his Alhambra home and discovered a firearm.

1 thought on “Committee to Stop FBI Repression plans to protest Alhambra activist's second court appearance”

  1. He may be a great guy but he broke the law… convicted felons are not allowed to have firearms… PERIOD!!  Where's the Repression??  I must obay the law, why not Montes??

     

    Tommy Wilson-O'Brien

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