anarchist prisoners

Chile: Subversive prisoners join the hunger strike of Juan, Nataly & Guillermo

  • Posted on: 18 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Comrades, we hereby inform you all that as of 00:00 hours from today, May 18, 2015 that we the subversives who inhabit the high security prison have joined Juan Flores, Guillermo Duran and Nataly Casanova in their hunger strike struggle.

We do so with a deep sense of anti-prison solidarity and we make the same demands as our comrades who have already completed 34 days of hunger strike. These demands are:

- The immediate release of Enrique Alfonso Guzmán Amadeo considering the ridiculous accusations and the delusional evidence that has been presented by the prosecutors.

Czech Republic: Operation Phoenix Results In 3 Anarchists In Custody

  • Posted on: 3 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Following massive raid on anarchists on Tuesday night, three people were
charged with terrorism and taken into custody. Whole operation police
called “Phoenix” started in early morning with house search in dozens of
private flats and social center “Ateneo” in the town of Most. Around 20
people were arrested, part of them only questioned and immediately

Chile: Call for international solidarity with the hunger strike carried out by Nataly, Juan, Guillermo and Enrique

  • Posted on: 2 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Victory To The Hunger Strikers!

To the compañerxs in Chile and around the world who confront all forms of power. To all the rebellious minds and consciences that reject domination and long for total freedom.

To those who feel inclined to carry out actions: We who address you, are individuals and organized groups active in anti-authoritarian solidarity with anarchists and revolutionaries prisoners.

Support Needed for Anarchist Facing Federal Trial

  • Posted on: 22 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Support Funds Needed for Anarchist Facing Federal Trial!

Eric G. King, a 28-year-old vegan anarchist, was arrested and charged with an attempted firebombing of a government official’s office in Kansas City, MO in September 2014. Eric is being charged with throwing a hammer through a window of the building, followed by two lit Molotov cocktails. The criminal complaint states that both alleged incendiary devices failed to ignite. Scheduled to go to trial in July 2015, he is facing up to 30 years in federal prison.

Anarchist Resistance in Georgia Prisons Continues

  • Posted on: 17 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Banner reading "Solidarity with Georgia Prisoners - Prisons are the New Plantations"

April 16, 2015

At least four prisoners in the Georgia State Prison in Reidsville are on hunger strike. They demand an end to the Tier Program, a system used to grant and withhold privileges from prisoners. To understand why this is significant, here's some history:

Chile: Anarchists Juan Flores, Nataly Casanova and Guillermo Duran declare hunger strike

  • Posted on: 16 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
hunger strike in chile

Anarchist comrades Juan, Nataly and Guillermo were arrested in Santiago on September 18th 2014.

Juan is held in pretrial detention in the Santiago 1 prison, accused of involvement in two bomb attacks that occurred on July 13th and September 8th 2014, and were claimed by the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (Chile); he’s also charged with participation in a coordinated attack against two police stations on August 11th 2014 that was claimed by C.I.V (International Conspiracy for Revenge).

A letter from Miguel Balderos

  • Posted on: 7 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Dear comrades (and all my enemies):
I am a 57 year old African/native/Mexican grandfather and revolutionary. Just like my great grandfather Luis who fought with Ponce Villa during the Mexican Revolution. (In fact, I may be him reincarnated, who knows.) But it doesn’t matter who I am. I considered myself an ex-U.S. Navy vet but now I’ve been labeled an anarchist arsonist. What is in a lame ass name? I’ve been called worse. I am currently residing here at California State Prison at Solano in the cowshit smelling town of Vacaville, California for 10 years, 8 months for arson when I set fire to the city attorney office in Santa Cruz, California basically for their over-zealous prosecution and repression of the homeless and the poor. But it is much more than just that. I’ve been rebelling the fucking system all my adult life. I am a Rebel and a pirate. The latter I am now not so proud about but like a leopard I cannot change the fact and the reality. The system made me into the lean, mean revolutionary machine that I am still today. It is my fate and/or destiny to foment revolution by any and every means necessary.

A chat with Eric McDavid on prison, post-incarceration, hope, ice cream & more

  • Posted on: 6 April 2015
  • By: Bursts

Streaming at AshevilleFM from 3am EST on April 6th through April 12th, 2015, then podcasting at Also airing this week on KOWA-LPFM in Olympia, WA, KWTF in Bodega Bay, CA, KXCF in Marshall, CA, and WCRS-LP Columbus Community Radio 98.3 and 102.1 FM.

Letter from Prisoner Emma Sheppard, March 2015 – Prisons do not work for anyone – except those who profit from them.

  • Posted on: 5 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Last night I saw the moon and a star. It was the first time in a long-time. It made me think of all my friends, old and new,and wonder what they were doing under its glow. I feel so lucky to be part of a wide network of people. Anything seems possible when you know you have support. But whilst these thoughts make prison bearable, I will never forget the violence of the system.

Wildfire: An Anarchist Prison Newsletter

  • Posted on: 2 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Wildfire:

[Download Issue #1] (Prints 8.5×11)

We’re excited to announce the first issue of Wildfire, a new quarterly newsletter of anarchist prison struggle.

We have two goals with this project: to spread the words and actions of anarchist prisoners in the United States and to offer news and updates on anti-authoritarian struggle for comrades in prison who might not otherwise have access to this information.

Wildfire flows with our continued frustration with the state of anarchist prison solidarity in the United States: the lack of prisoners’ voices in our publications, the half-hearted solidarity shown toward captured fighters, the dead-end of “political prisoner” designation. It also flows from our long-term relationships with imprisoned comrades, the mutual affinity found in struggling together. Rather than complain and critique, we prefer to strike out in another direction, embodying our own vision of solidarity. We hope this publication can be a contribution to a more diverse, more combative, and stronger anarchist struggle against prison.