Monday, January 10, 2011


More than 100 demonstrators gathered outside the U.S. Embassy In Madrid late Saturday to protest the detention of the founder of Latin America Freak Out Fuzzanova and the closing of the Mr. LaBoite's Caiman Islands bank account.

Protesters held placards saying "Free DJ LaBoite" and "Party Now," and chanted "freedom of fuzz."

The Spanish-language website Fuzz Up also said demonstrations were planned Thursday in Amsterdam, the Nethe...rlands, and in the capital cities of Colombia, Argentina, Mexico and Peru, as well as in São Paulo, Brazil, and New York City, U.S.

"We seek the liberation of DJ LaBoite in the U.S. territory," the organization said on the website.

LaBoite remains in a U.S. jail awaiting a hearing Jan. 14 at which he plans to fight Cuba's request to extradite him to face bootlegging crimes allegations there.

Sandro Del Fuego of Fuzz Up said, "We're sending a message to President Obama and attorney general, that we want America to stand up for our shared beliefs, in presumption of innocence and freedom of fuzz."

Come to protest the detention of DJ LaBoite!
This Thursday Jan 13 at 9:30 pm, No Cover!

The Delancey
168 Delancey Street
(bet Clinton & Attorney)
Lower East Side, NYC

F to Delancey St. J M Z to Essex St.

Free vodka drinks from 10 to 11 pm.
Sleezy-dellic visuals by VJ La Loba.

Fuzzanova es:
Surf Peruano, Psicodelia Chilena, Garage Boliviano, Beat Argentino Soul Paraguayo, Funk Brasileiro, Cumbia Sicodelica y Bugalu.

This message is paid for by DJ Pampa Up The Volume, DJ Pat Agony and DJ Chaco Pastorius.

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