good news

Czech Republic: High court in Prague confirmed acquittance of all defendants on March 27th

  • Posted on: 16 April 2018
  • By: thecollective

These are good news for sure and it also means that we overcame some part of “Fénix”, which meant something different to all of us: long months in prison, deprivation of anonymity or exhausting solidarity campaign, to put it shortly. Nevertheless, we shouldn’t make illusions about winning against repressions legally in courts, ever. Also High court’s decision doesn’t bring any kind of certainty for future, and already now we can see the top of other pile of police shit coming over horizon or even closer, a.k.a. Fénix 2, which literally is desperate attempt for revanche, an effort to get something against our comrades and restore a bit stinking idea of legitimacy of police and prisons, in czech context at least.

Greece: Anarchist Comrade Konstantinos Giagtzoglou Ends Hunger Strike After Winning Transfer to Korydallos Prison

  • Posted on: 5 March 2018
  • By: thecollective

According to information from Athens Indymedia, comrade Konstantinos Giagtozglou will end his hunger and thirst strike after the Prison Transfer Committee met today on Friday, March 2nd and accepted his demand for transfer to Korydallos Prison, which will be made effective on April 10th.

The comrade who is accused of belonging to the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire and sending explosive packages to European institutions and to the former Greek Prime Minister was on hunger strike from February 21st and on thirst strike since February 25th demanding his permanent transfer to Korydallos Prison so he could be near his family and friends.

Warsaw 3 released on bail

  • Posted on: 24 September 2016
  • By: thecollective

from https://wawa3.noblogs.org via http://rabble.org.uk

We announce that all three of Warsaw are freed.

After nearly 4 months of absolute isolation we managed to pull them out of jail.
This release proves how weak is the police evidence and how “necessary steps” of the prosecution were just playing time, using detention as form of torture to force confessions.

This also proves that solidarity campaigns make sense – not only in moral dimension, but also practically.