Show Your Love For The Delta 5

On September 2, 2014, five concerned citizens decided to take a stand and defend their community, families and loved ones from the climate chaos in general and bomb trains specifically. Mike LaPointe, Patrick Mazza, Jackie Minchew, Liz Spoerri and Abby Brockway, known as the Delta 5, blocked a "bomb train" shipment of volatile bakken crude from departing a Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) rail yard in Everett, Washington, just north of Seattle.

When it was all said and done, they successfully blocked the bomb train that would have traversed their communities and many others, putting them at risk of a fiery disaster and fueling climate change for sure, for eight hours. And, while eight hours may not seem that long, their act of defiance is timeless as a symbol for civil disobedience against the dig, dump, burn economy that threatens us all.

The Delta 5 are currently on trial facing charges of trespassing and blocking a train -- if found guilty, they could face hefty fines as well as jail time. No matter the outcome of the trial, I think we should show our love, support and appreciation for these knights and defenders of the climate. Sign here to show your love and sign our thank you card to the Delta 5.

3001-3025 of 4276 signatures
Number Date Name Your message to the Delta 5
1276 2.8 years ago James Mendez Keep up the struggle
1275 2.8 years ago Michael Gass We need more brave people like you.
1274 2.8 years ago Barry Jacobson No Comment
1273 2.8 years ago Laurence Burdick
1272 2.8 years ago Charles Gourd Citizen courage is the mark of true Patriots and Hero's. I congratulate and salute all of you. We need more citizens like each of you.
1271 2.8 years ago Rochelle Chacon Thank you! We appreciate your time and dedication.
1270 2.8 years ago Trisha Connolly
1269 2.8 years ago Susie Cassens
1268 2.8 years ago Richard Holmquist You did the moral thing. Thank you,

1267 2.8 years ago Sidney Mitchell
1266 2.8 years ago John Ranta
1265 2.8 years ago Marco Escobar Thank you, the world would a better place with more people like you.
1264 2.8 years ago Maria Manetta
1263 2.8 years ago Karen Snyder Troxel Your willingness to do what was needed with many risks to your life inspires me to do more in relation to injustices I experience. Thank you.
1262 2.8 years ago Roberta Riley No Comment
1261 2.8 years ago Thomas Beck I'm in awe of what you have done to help save our environment.
1260 2.8 years ago Arthur Sackler Step by step rail by rail tie by tie. We should all have the gummcion you have.
Thank you for your leadership.
1259 2.8 years ago Barbara Zaitzow
1258 2.8 years ago Eric Firchow There are those times we must decide that either we stand still and turn our heads or act on that which we beieve is clearly wrong - knowing there may be consequences.
1257 2.8 years ago Brian Clark
1256 2.8 years ago Laura Herrera
1255 2.8 years ago Paula Pepin YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
1254 2.8 years ago Carol M Neumann keep up the good work - sometimes you get little recognition or thanks, but know that we are proud of your ongoing efforts.
1253 2.8 years ago Elana Levinson
1252 2.8 years ago Eva Winters Thank you for what you have done for us and the climate! We do appreciate it and you!
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