On December 30, she sent a New Year's message . She addressed her legion of supporters. She approached 2013 with "fear and trepidation."
She maintains "indefatigable hope." She continues struggling against "those dread tentacles of corporatism (that) try to strangle us."
It's no easy task fighting back. Lynne's imprisoned for trying. She discussed her "personal challenges."
She's a breast cancer survivor. It reemerged. It's spreading. It's treatable. More on that below.
She remains focused. She's determined not to allow "any such problem deter (her) from someday getting released" and being free.
She reflected on her "strong will." She calls it the "focus that you all infuse me with!!"
She commented on her formidable challenge in getting her "case before the Supreme Court. Will they deign to hear us," she asked? Will we advance the sunlight or only increase the shadows on our constitutional rights?"- Advertisement -
"We can only strive to present our issues in the best possible way and 'fight like hell' " for justice. There's "no predicting results, but in prison, HOPE is the only currency."
On October 8, Lynne added another year. She's 73. She's "counting down (her) 74th year," she said. Her husband and lifelong human rights partner Ralph is 79.