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Marius Mason is an anarchist, environmental and animal rights activist currently serving nearly 22 years in federal prison for acts of property damage carried out in defense of the planet.

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Marius is serving the longest sentence of any environmental activist, he needs your support. Support can include spreading the word about Marius' case, writing letters or sending in articles to keep him connected to the outside world, financial donations, event organizing, and more.

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Marie (Marius) Mason
FMC Carswell
PO Box 27137
Fort Worth, TX 76127

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Marius Mason is a transgender environmental and animal rights activist and anarchist. In 1999, in the name of the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) he set fire to a lab at the University of Michigan that was conducting research on genetically modified organisms (GMO). After Marius’ husband turned state’s-evidence, Marius was threatened with a life sentence for the arson and other acts of sabotage. With little financial stability and fear of dragging his family into a costly legal battle, Marius pled guilty and was given an extreme sentence of nearly 22 years. No one was ever harmed in any of his actions.

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Letter Writing Event for Marius in VT

Monthly prisoner letter writing Hosted by Central VT Prisoner Support This month we’ll be writing to Marius Mason on the 10th anniversary of his arrest 2 pm Sunday March 25th At Christ Church in Montpelier 64 State St 05602

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Q-Patrol and Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club presents: A Night of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners

The Vera Project 305 Harrison St, Seattle doors: 6:30PM bands: 7-9:45PM $7-15 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds All proceeds will build a fund for Trans and marginalized people in our communities who wish to get trained in self defense as well as support Trans Prisoners. Transgender Day of Remembrance reminds […]

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