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Wednesday, June 22 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Lyn Ulbricht Fireside Chat

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Sponsored by Free Ross Ulbricht.

Ross Ulbricht's mother will be sharing the more personal side of her struggle to free her son from the clutches of a vidictive and capricious legal system. Her activism, how she copes, what she hopes, the people she's met, the media, and more.

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Matt Philips

President, Free State Project
Matt Philips majored in politics at Princeton and interned at the Cato Institute before joining Internet advertising pioneer DoubleClick (now owned by Google). He then co-founded Right Media (bought by Yahoo!). He now lives in New Hampshire, where he is the president of the Free State Project. He volunteers as a Black Rock Ranger at Burning Man. His interests include paleo/primal and first aid.

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Lyn Ulbricht

Lyn Ulbricht is the mother of Ross Ulbricht, the creator of the Silk Road website. Ross was convicted of seven felony counts. Deeply involved with her son’s defense, Lyn has worked to bring awareness to the case through www.FreeRoss.org, media interviews, public appearances, and other efforts. Since Ross was arrested, she has witnessed how the government prosecutes citizens, suppresses evidence, and violates the Constitution. She believes... Read More →

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Free Ross Ulbricht

The Ross Ulbricht Legal Defense effort is a group of family, friends and supporters who are working to free Ross Ulbricht from a barbaric, double life sentence for all non-violent charges. Our mission is to have Ross be a free man again and give him the chance to make a contribution to his community and society. | | Our aim is not only to help Ross, however. By living through this ordeal, and getting to know other families and inmates in the... Read More →

Wednesday June 22, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm

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