anarchist prisoners

Incendiary devices on 5G relay antennas

via Attaque

One early morning in the month of March we decided to sabotage domination and technological progress by setting fire to four 5G relay antenna electrical cabinets in Barcelona; this action is a sign of solidarity with all the anarchist and subversive prisoners on hunger strike in the territories dominated by the Chilean and Greek states.

“You’re an Anarchist, Mr. Zuniga”

via Mongoose Distro

by Comrade Z

Our nation was born in genocide. We are perhaps the only nation which tried as a matter of national policy to wipe out its indigenous population. Moreover, we elevated that tragic experience into a noble crusade. Indeed, even today we have not permitted ourselves to reject or feel remorse for this shameful episode.”

-Martin Luther King

Two Weeks Since My Second Dose…

from Sean Swain

I got my second covid-19 vaccine shot two weeks ago. Moderna.

After the first shot, I felt a little lethargic and slept it off for a day. After the second one, just had a sore arm for a while. The needle was about 18 feet long, I think. When the nurse stuck me, the tip of the needle came out of my armpit. But aside from getting impaled, I didn’t have any problems.

Words from Alfredo Cospito

from Malacoda

The following text is the speech of the imprisoned anarchist Alfredo Cospito at the debate on the struggle against nuclear energy held during the initiative “Voi gli date vent’anni, noi gli diamo la parola” (“You give him twenty years, we give him the word”), at Circolaccio Anarchico, in Spoleto, on March 20, 2021.

Claudio Lavazza transferred to Nanclares de la Oca prison

from Malacoda

Claudio Lavazza was transferred to the prison of Nanclares de la Oca (Basque Country) a few days ago. For now, according to the usual anti-Covid prescriptions, he is in post-transfer isolation, so it is not yet known which section he will be assigned to.

Buy books to support Belarusian anarchists

from ABC Belarus

On October 22, 2020 the building of State Committee of Forensic Examination was attacked and cars were set on fire at the parking of prosecutor’s office in the town of Soligorsk. On the night of October 28, the building of traffic police department of Mozyr district was set on fire. Soon anarchists Ihar Alinevich, Dzmitry Dubovsky, Dzmitry Rezanovich and Sergey Romanov were detained near the Belarusian-Ukrainian border. The activists are accused of terrorist activity and illegal trafficking in weapons and explosives. At present, everyone is in the KGB jail in Minsk.

Words from Eric

from Support Eric King

Hello friends, comrades & government voyeur (sic) creeps!

Recently the fucking pukes at the bureau decided it’d be best to cut off my mail again…. this along with the telephone ban, essentially strangling my contact with the outside world… all this while pre-trial… ugh. Really its fucking exhausting and it gets really old, This is systematic and intentional and a vindication of both my revolutionary spirit/actions inside, and the AMAZING Support from our community.

Natascia transferred from Piacenza to Santa Maria Capua Vetere prison

from Malacoda

Operation Prometeo: Natascia transferred from Piacenza to Santa Maria Capua Vetere prison (Italy, March 15, 2021)

We learn that Natascia – anarchist arrested on May 21, 2019 for the “Prometeo” repressive operation – has been transferred from Piacenza prison to that of Santa Maria Capua Vetere, in the province of Caserta. Further updates will follow.

Update on the Bialystok trial (Italy, February-March 2021)

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from Malacoda

On February 25, 2021 there was the second hearing of the “Bialystok” trial, held behind closed doors and by videoconference for the comrades. Luigi Imperatore of the Special Operational Grouping (Raggruppamento Operativo Speciale, ROS) of the Carabinieri was heard, and he gave the usual examination on what they believe is the history of anarchism starting from the 19th century. It will continue in the next hearing on May 12.

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