Carol Fisher, an activist with "The World Can't Wait - Drive Out the Bush Regime," will be sentenced this Friday, June 2 at 10 am in the courtroom of Judge Timothy McGinty, on the 21st floor of the Justice Center in downtown Cleveland.

Ms. Fisher was convicted on April 28 of 2 counts of assaulting police officers in Cleveland Heights for putting up posters which read "Bush Step Down."  This case been covered in the Cleveland Free Times, Sun Press, the Plain Dealer, along with radio shows and blogs all over the country.  For background on the case, go to:

She is facing a maximum of three years in jail with a fine of several thousand dollars.  After the guilty verdict, Judge McGinty told her, "When you come to the sentencing, be prepared to apologize and admit you were wrong, or bring your toothbrush - you are going to jail."  Judge McGinty repeated these threats to her attorneys yesterday.

Ms. Fisher's supporters will rally outside the Justice Center Friday morning at 9 am, by the sculpture on Ontario St between Lakeside and St. Clair.  Press packets will be available, along with a new statement from the Cleveland chapter of World Can't Wait.  People will then fill the courtroom to witness the sentencing.

Before the sentencing, in court, Ms. Fisher will make a statement. She has consistently declared that she has nothing to apologize for and is not guilty.

An appeal will be filed by her attorneys, Terry Gilbert and Dan Sheilds.