Tarnac

Now: The Invisible Committee (1)

  • Posted on: 13 May 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Autonomies

With this post, we begin the translation into english of the Invisible Committee’s most recent essay, Maintenant/Now (following on The Coming Insurrection and To Our Friends) . And we do so because of the importance that we attribute, and have attributed, to their ongoing reflections on/interventions in our world.

Residents prevent international police search in Tarnac

  • Posted on: 30 October 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Original article in French: http://www.lepopulaire.fr/limousin/actualite/departement/correze/2015/10...

English translation:

A tense atmosphere Wednesday morning on a farm in Tarnac. A dozen German and French investigators were ousted by a group of individuals determined that they not continue their investigations.

Tarnac: The Terrorist Threat and Lessons from Tarnac

  • Posted on: 10 August 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Translated editorial from Le Monde

Tied up for seven years in the twists and turns of an incoherent investigation, the Tarnac affair risks becoming a policing fiasco and a political farce. Which has only made it all the more instructive.

Since November 2008, eight people who were living in the village of Tarnac in Corrèze have stood accused of “participation in a criminal association for the purpose of planning a terrorist act”. Members of the anarchist and autonomous movements (1) and authors of “The Coming Insurrection”, a radical text published in 2007, several of them are suspects in the sabotage of five high-speed rail lines in the fall of 2008 where steel rods were hung from power lines. Their leader, Julien Coupat, was held in custody for six months before being released.