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Monthly Archives: May 2012
A publication compiling actions and communiques from Mexico from last year, with English translations from counterinformational comrades including 325, Act for Freedom Now!, This Is Our Job, and War on Society. Download it here.
From Tokata (May 21, 2012): After rejecting an appeal by the prosecutor earlier in the week, a Paris sentencing court has granted Jean-Marc Rouillan a conditional release, which began on the morning of Friday, May 18. Rouillan had spent the … Continue reading
The session began with the following statement read by comrade Christos Tsakalos: A few days ago, some exceptional news transformed the slow death of prison into a sign of life. In Italy, our brothers and sisters from the Olga Cell … Continue reading
Former Antiterrorist Unit chief D. Horianopoulos finally made an appearance after multiple requests to subpoena him. Despite being the one who set up—at least on an operational level—the Halandri arrests, he now tried to pass himself off as a simple … Continue reading
Challenging Convictions: Survivors of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Writing on Solidarity with Prison Abolition
DEADLINE EXTENDED Completed submissions due: June 15, 2012. Like much prison abolition work, the call for this anthology comes from frustration and hope: frustration with organizers against sexual assault and domestic violence who treat the police as a universally available … Continue reading