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Jail Sentence for Peace Leader

February 23, 1986

Comments by critics of the anti-nuclear movement have suggested that justice may have been better served by a stronger and stiffer sentence for Marion Pack, executive director of the Alliance for Survival in Orange County.

To clarify one point, Mrs. Pack chose the jail sentence (rather than the $500 fine) because she did not have the money to pay the fine, not for publicity!

The survival of the alliance depends upon Marion Pack and her family. With the help of supporters and Mrs. Pack's salary, the organization continues, from month to month.

If there were more contemporary heroes like Marion Pack involved in this movement, she may not have been arrested in the first place!

ELEANOR PETREDIS

Irvine

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