Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Katie-Flynn-Jambeck-Portrait-27MZIF4WL01.htmlConceptually similarStar Wars 17 Group PhotoGP0OR0Completed★★★★Katie Flynn-Jambeck PortraitGP07B7Completed★★★★Dan Rudie PortraitGP08DXCompleted★★★★Brent Maness PortraitGP01843Completed★★★★Patrik Eriksson PortraitGP013XOCompleted★★★★Henk Haazen PortraitGP01CY5Completed★★★★John Wills PortraitGP0LTLCompleted★★★★Guy Levacher PortraitGP0YLVCompleted★★★★Stuart Lennox PortraitGP0WNMCompleted★★★★View AllGP0VP3Katie Flynn-Jambeck Portrait'Star Wars' Greenpeace activist Katie Flynn-Jambeck (USA) stands outside Vandenberg Airforce base, holding a sign that reads 'Still Protesting Star Wars'. She is who is one of 17 Greenpeace activists arrested for taking part in a peaceful protest against the US 'Star Wars' missile defense system, and faces trial and sentencing in a Los Angeles Court. Locations:Los Angeles-United States of AmericaDate:12 Jan, 2002Credit:© Thomas Engstrom / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1648px X 2464pxKeywords:Activists-Court cases-Courts-Day-Disarmament-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Military-Military bases-Nuclear (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-Signs-Stop Star Wars (campaign title)-WomenShoot:Star Wars 17 Trial in USAA group of Greenpeace activists arrested for taking part in a peaceful protest against the US 'Star Wars' missile defense system, face trial and sentencing in a Los Angeles Court. The activists pose for headshots and a group photo in front of the Vandenburg Air Force Base, where the protest was held in July 2001. The trial is held in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom and the activists can be seen walking into the building as a group. In the following weeks, they return to the courtroom for sentencing.