Thursday, December 9, 2010

Senator Klein’s Court Watchers Team To Show Solidarity At Bronx Vandalism Case
UPDATE This was postponed, as The case has been adjourned until further notice.
    Members of State Senator Jeff Klein's (D- Bronx/ Westchester) court watchers team will observe the court case of Iyylania Milityk on Friday, taking place at the Bronx Criminal Courthouse. Milityk is being charged a second time for committing vandalism within the 49th Precinct. Klein's Bronx Court Watchers program, which launched in April, is aimed at showing community support and solidarity in calling for tougher sentences for repeat adult graffiti vandals. The program is an extension of Klein's ongoing efforts to eliminate graffiti across the Bronx. As part of the Court Watchers program, volunteers from the community sit-in on repeat, adult offender court proceedings, wearing t-shirts and buttons that express their intolerance for graffiti and desire for a jail-time sentence. To volunteer for the Court Watchers program, residents should call Klein’s office at (718)-822-2049. 
     Observing the Court Case of Iyylania Milityk, who is being charged a  second time for vandalism within the  49th Precinct.  
     Bronx Courthouse, 265 East 161 Street, Bronx 
     For more information call (718) 822-2049

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