Conceived and assembled by director Ronald Weihs.
Excerpt: QUESTION: Will you please identify yourself for the record?
ABBIE: My name is Abbie. I am an orphan of America.
QUESTION: Where do you reside?
ABBIE: I live in Woodstock Nation.
QUESTION: Will you tell the Court and jury where it is?
ABBIE: Yes. It is a nation of alienated young people. We carry it around with us as a state of mind in the same way as the Sioux Indians carried the Sioux nation around with them. It is a nation dedicated to cooperation versus competition, to the idea that people should have better means of exchange than property or money, that there should be some other basis for human interaction. It is a nation dedicated to–
QUESTION: Just where it is, that is all. Nothing about philosophy or India, sir. Just where you live, if you have a place to live. Now you said Woodstock. In what state is Woodstock?
ABBIE: It is in the state of mind, in the mind of myself and my brothers and sisters. It is a conspiracy. Presently, the nation is held captive, in the penitentiaries of the institutions of a decaying system. ”