Prisoners

It Ain't Over Yet by Michael Kimble

  • Posted on: 15 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Anarchy Live!

Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 – Monday, Feb. 15, 2016

What began as a confrontation between prisoners from different regions of Alabama – namely, B’ham and Montgomery, with B’ham being the largest – escalated into two short riots against the pigs. After the prisoners squashed the beef among themselves without any violence, two pigs ran into C-dorm, which houses 114 prisoners and was informed that there was no problem and everything was under control.

One pig (Tate) tried to bogart his way through a crowd of prisoners and was immediately stabbed a number of times. After the two pigs ran out the dorm, one bloodied the warden, Carter Davenport, who has a reputation as an extremely sadistic, disrespectful, and nasty scumfuck fascist, who was recently removed from his post as warden at St. Clair maximum security prison for assaulting a prisoner, and reassigned as warden at Holman in 2015. He was stabbed after entering C-dorm like some kind of god.

Lecce, Italy – A new sentence Against Anarchists for ‘operation ‘Nottetempo’

  • Posted on: 26 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Act For Freedom Now! (translated from informa-azione)

In December 2010 the 11 anarchists investigated in operation Nottetempo were declared guilty of subversive association (art. 270) and other specific ‘offences’ by the Appeal Court of Assizes in Lecce.

Asturias: Spanish trains sabotaged in solidarity with Mónica and Francisco

  • Posted on: 22 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

from https://en-contrainfo.espiv.net/

On March 11th 2016, we cut the counterweights along the catenary of Avilés/Xixón rail line in both directions. The cuts were made at the height of the town of Villabona, locality where our comrades Mónica and Francisco are held hostage. These cuts produce a voltage drop on the line forcing a halt to train traffic, causing serious delays and economic losses. The action aims to send a warm revolutionary hug to our comrades on the occasion of the trial/farce organised by the Spanish State.

Open letter by Pola Roupa about the attempt to break Nikos Maziotis out of Koridallos prison

  • Posted on: 14 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

https://en-contrainfo.espiv.net/2016/03/13/greece-open-letter-of-pola-ro...
Below is the first part of the comrade’s long letter; originally published in Greek on Athens IMC (March 8th 2016).

Under other circumstances, this text would be written by Revolutionary Struggle. However, the outcome of the attempt to break out the comrade Nikos Maziotis of Koridallos prison obliges me to speak personally.

New Ferguson-Related Prisoner List

  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

What follows is a list of people who were arrested and imprisoned during the Ferguson rebellions. Their charges, sentences, the particulars of their cases vary widely, as do their interpretations of the events in Ferguson and their participation or alleged participation in those events. We present the information below in hopes of linking up these prisoners with those on the outside who might be interested in writing to them or finding other ways of supporting them during their time in prison.

There is a fund to raise money for these prisoners as well as other Ferguson-related prisoners who did not want their information listed here but still deserve our support. This money will be used to send commissary to these folks during their incarceration.

Eric King is Being Starved: Please Call CCA Leavenworth

  • Posted on: 8 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Support Eric King

March 8, 2016

Eric has been held in disciplinary segregation since February 24th after being accused of throwing his shoes at a guard during a shakedown of the cells while the whole prison was on lockdown. At the subsequent disciplinary hearing, Eric was sentenced to 60 days in the hole (solitary confinement).

Eric King Accepts Non-cooperating Plea Agreement for 10 Years

  • Posted on: 5 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Support Eric King

Today in court, Eric King accepted a non-cooperating plea agreement to a federal felony charge that carries a sentence of 10 years in prison. The charge is 18 U.S.C. § 844(h), use of explosive materials to commit arson of property used in or affecting interstate commerce. Eric was arrested in September 2014 and has fought his charges since then, suffering through terrible conditions in the private prison he’s been held captive in since his arrest.

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