Former Army Officer Dragged Out of Attorney General Hearing
Former US Army officer, and retired US State Department official, Col. Ann Wright was dragged out of the Senate Judiciary Committee meeting this morning as they prepared to vote on confirming Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) as the next US Attorney General.
Ann Wright resigned from government service after the US 'shock and awe' invasion of Iraq in 2003. Since that time she has become a member of Veterans For Peace and active in virtually every peace and justice struggle around the world. She's repeatedly gone to Jeju Island, South Korea and to Palestine. Recently Ann has traveled to Standing Rock in North Dakota to be with Native Americans fighting against the oil pipeline that would cross the Missouri River on reservation land.
Ann Wright is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Global Network's 25th annual space organizing conference set for April 7-9 in Huntsville, Alabama. See the conference brochure here