bored but not broken

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My name is Mandy Hiscocks, and I expect to spend most of 2012 in jail for my participation in organizing the protests against the G20 leaders summit in Toronto in the summer of 2010.

Along with 20 others, I was accused of being part of a criminal conspiracy. By the fall of 2011, the 17 of us that were left made a difficult decision to resolve our charges through a plea deal with the crown. Please read our statement about why we chose to do that, and how you can support us.

This blog is for me to communicate with you while I'm locked up. Ideally, this will take some of the pressure off of my friends and family. I'll also share useful information about jail and the criminal "justice" system, as well as stories from the inside.

Bored but not broken: So this is it folks...

| December 3, 2012

Bored but not broken: Things that shouldn't happen

| November 29, 2012

Mandy Hiscocks files a human rights application against Vanier

| November 22, 2012

Bored but not broken: random musings - October continued.

| November 21, 2012

Bored but not broken: random musings - October

| November 16, 2012

Bored but not broken: Random musings - September

| November 15, 2012

Bored but not broken: the wheels of 'justice,' grinding on

| October 22, 2012

Bored but not broken: A visit to the real world

| October 10, 2012

Bored but not broken: On being a proper lady

| October 1, 2012

Bored but not broken: Perks and privileges

| September 25, 2012
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