East Village pacifist starts sentence for ’18 nuke-sub protest action, December 16, 2020 BY MARY REINHOLZ, The Village Sun

Prominent East Village pacifist Carmen Trotta, a Catholic Worker volunteer who opposed the war in Iraq and led a march on Washington, D.C., against the war on terror in 2002, was scheduled to report to a federal prison camp Monday for his actions during a 2018 anti-nuke protest in Georgia, according to one of his lawyers.

Spending time behind bars is nothing new for the energetic 58-year-old Trotta, who has been busted and sent to varied slammers so many times over the years that he can’t remember the exact number.


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