Mandy Hiscocks

Amanda Hiscocks

Mandy was released from prison on December 3, 2012.

“my name is mandy hiscocks, and i expect to spend most of 2012 in jail for my participation in organizing the protests against the G20 leaders summit in toronto in the summer of 2010.

along with 20 others, i was accused of being part of a criminal conspiracy.  by the fall of 2011, the 17 of us that were left made a difficult decision to resolve our charges through a plea deal with the crown. please read our statement about why we chose to do that, and how you can support us.”

Check out Mandy’s blog that she has made during her incarceration that includes her amazing court statement!

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  1. […] Mandy Hiscocks of the Toronto G20 “Conspiracy to Resist” trials has been added to the Political Prisoner Database. Share this:ShareEmailPrintTwitterFacebookDiggRedditLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post. […]

  2. Are the addresses DenverABC posts still accurate? Do prisoners not get moved to other prisons during their imprisonment?

    • The addresses do change. You’ll notice on a lot of the prisoners, there will be a note about the last time they were transferred. We attempt to keep everything as up to date as possible. The addresses are updated periodically, and attempts are made to verify them once every two months. If you know of an incorrect address, please let us know.

      Thanks!

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