Ordering broad relief on individual claims where the individual plaintiffs were at "significant risk for repeated rights violations" because government actors could not effectively "distinguish the parties from the nonparties."
The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) was founded 1983 in Miranda, Humboldt County, California. We have preserved here an archive of the website.
John Boyd (hat), Bob Burke (yellow shirt), Ted Kogon (blue jacket), Al 'Owl' Cerraulo (armband). Cybelle Immitt identified her uncle Bob Burke in the yellow sweatshirt: "Uncle Bobby! I honestly didn’t know he was involved in this. Raised a nice east coast Irish catholic boy with my Dad and became a lawyer. He’s the only Burke that followed Jan out west. RIP Bobby!"
What COG does is go out in the field to observe, record and report. COGgers are organized into teams and once you have completed a COG preparation, you may become a COG member.
As summer looms, pot growers in the Northern California counties of Humboldt and Mendocino are preparing the ground for another growing season. Meanwhile, local, state and federal agents are poised to deploy helicopters and trucks to raid illegal operations.
The Code Enforcement Unit [CEU] is responsible for enforcing public nuisance statutes or ordinances which have been enacted by state and local legislative bodies.
Armbands made and worn by people who participated in the Citizens Observation Group, an initiative of Southern Humboldt County's Civil Liberties Observation Group (CLMP), most active in the 1980s, early 1990s.
Civil Liberties Monitoring Project Poster Civil Liberties Monitoring Project and Citizens Observation Group In COG? Neato!! Know your rights, protect them, use them! COG NORML CLMP Website Archive COG Photo…
The life and death of California’s Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP, 1983–2012) offers a unique analytical window into the time and space of the U.S. war on drugs in a global context.