Streaming at AshevilleFM from 3AM EST on Monday, 04/21/2014 for a week, then podcasting later at radio4all.net and airing on KOWA-LPFM in Olympia, WA, KWTF in Bodega Bay, CA, and KXCF in Marshall, CA.
This episode features a conversation on the NATO3 case and the experiences of Mark "Migs" Neiweem as one of those entrapped by the Chicago Police undercovers, alongside Sebastian "Sabi" Senakiewicz, and the NATO3 (Brian Jacob Church, Brent Betterly & Jared Chase) during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization conference in that city in May of 2012, at the height of the Occupy movement.
Migs talks about interactions with undercover cops, in particular Mehmet Oygun & Nadia Chikko (Mo & Gloves, un-respectively). He then goes on to talk about the protest, the infiltration of peaceful dissent groups and street medics, his time in prison and why he decided to take a non-cooperating plea that would release him with time served even before the NATO3 went to trial. Sabi was deported to Poland after a short stint in prison and 4 month in a bootcamp in the U.S. Migs then goes on to detail what it was like relying on prison support like Anarchist Black Cross after he'd participated in that sort of work prior to the NATO-related arrest.
More on the case at http://freethenato3.wordpress.com/
For an article detailing bits of what Sabi was prosecuted for, check out this article on salon.com, for joking about having a bomb hidden in a hollowed out Harry Potter book in his apartment.
The segment of Sean Swain's writings is read this week by anarcho-primitivist author and radio host, John Zerzan. Sean Swain is on his 14th day of refusing meals until his phone and email privileges are turned back on so that he can resume his legal defense, check in with family and friends and record segments for this show. Sean only normally gets one 15 minute phone call a week. If you'd like to hear Sean's voice again, you can give a call to ODRC director Gary Mohr at 614-752-1150, that's 614-752-1150 and you can ask Mr. Mohr to resume Sean Swain's email and phone privileges. More on his case at http://www.seanswain.org