Prisoners

The Short Story of How I Got Here: Casey Brezik

  • Posted on: 3 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

I was just going through some of the letters I’ve received over the years in an effort to minimize clutter, and I realize that in one there was a post someone had printed off for me in which one of my comrades was attributing the acts that led me here to my “mental illness.” I presume this to be a common opinion shared by several due to media reports surrounding my case. None of which have I ever known to be accurate and certainly not unbiased on this case.

‘Forever Guilty’ -Text by Panagiotis Argirou on the trial for the 250 attacks of the CCF / FAI-IRF

  • Posted on: 12 February 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From 325

FOREVER GUILTY.

The trials of anarchist prisoners who chose to give a violent form to their ideas and values, who chose to associate with fire, explosives and bullets their hatred towards Power, is another instance of a war between the Anarchist Revolt and the world of Sovereignty. That’s why, reaching the end of such a trial, the third one in a row I have to face due to my action as a member of the anarchist group of direct action Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, I feel the need for my words to meet again with every anarchist comrade outside the walls.

Since September 2009 when I made the leap towards illegal freedom while being wanted, choosing to continue anarchist action through taking part in the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire until now, it’s been six years. Six years, five of which have run through the concrete time and space and the suffocating reality of captivity. About 1825 days walking endless kilometers in circles under a piece of sky carved with barbed wire thorns. About 1825 days locked before sundown.

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Beatings inflicted on anarchist prisoner Panos Aspiotis for refusing to give DNA sample

  • Posted on: 7 February 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Athens

Anarchist Panagiotis (Panos) Aspiotis was wanted since March 2013 on firearms possession charges (“violation of the Arms Act”). In October 2015, he appeared voluntarily before the authorities. He was remanded and sent to a prison located far from Athens (his former residence). During these months in prison, he has refused to give the police a DNA sample.

Bloomington, IN: Banner hung in solidarity with Sean Swain

  • Posted on: 7 February 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Rififi

Received and posted:

We hung a banner in solidarity with Sean Swain’s struggles against the prison system in Ohio. Despite repeatedly being transferred and having his communications cut off, Sean remains uncompromising in his pursuit of freedom, putting his life on the line in struggle against the state. We keep his words and deeds with us as we carry out our own struggles against prison society.

Fundraising, letters, demonstrations, banners, graffiti, and direct attacks form a bright tapestry of revolutionary solidarity. Let’s always be searching for new ways to break down the isolation of imprisonment and build complicity through the prison walls.

Send Sean Swain some reading material!

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

From seanswain.noblogs.org

Warren Correctional Institution, not content with merely restricting Sean’s communications with the outside world, has now assigned a lieutenant to read through all printed materials sent to Sean.

Please take a minute to send Sean some reading material. That stack of zines in the bathroom? That one book you’ve had for years but will never read? All those fancy new publications you designed? Send them all! Let’s help Sean (and the fuckweasels who intercept his mail) something to pass the time.

Send reading material to:
Sean Swain #243-205
Warren CI
P.O. Box 120
Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Last Incarcerated Member of ‘NATO 3’ May Die in Prison

  • Posted on: 2 February 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Shadow Proof

Jared Chase is the last member of the “NATO 3,” who remains in prison. Chase suffers from Huntington’s disease and faces additional charges for alleged aggravated battery against a prison guard. He is set to go on trial in April. If convicted, there is a significant chance Chase could die in prison because of how his imprisonment has compounded the effects of this neurodegenerative disease.

Parole update for anarchist prisoner Michael Kimble

  • Posted on: 23 January 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Anarchy Live!

I was originally scheduled for a parole consideration hearing in December 2015, but for unknown reasons my parole hearing date has been rescheduled for February 23, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. in a public hearing at 301 S. Ripley St., Montgomery, AL 36130.

Anyone in the area can attend and speak on my behalf, and please keep those letters coming.

In addition to the letter campaign I think a phone campaign from now until February 22, 2016.

State of Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles: (334) 242-8700

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