From Boston ABC:
We are happy to announce that volume seven, issue two of PAN is now available! This issue features all new tales of resistance from prisons in the US and around the world. Please disseminate widely, especially to prisoners. Download links below.
Pan 7.2 Print Version Final(1)
Pan 7.2 Internet Version Final(1)
ABC Brighton have put together a list of anarchist prisoners from around the world, if you notice any errors or prisoners missing, contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your pens out and send a letter or a postcard to a prisoner today. Here’s a great writing guide from ABC Leeds. Can’t jail the spirit – keep fighting – keep writing!
from moscow abc:
“We continue our regular summaries on repressions of anarchists, antifascists, and social activists in Russia, on obstacles which police state creates for our activity.”
read more here.
For more on the story, see the original article on Reclaim Turtle Island:
Junior Breau was found guilty of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and 5 counts of pointing a firearm. Not guilty of 5 counts assaulting police with a firearm.
Aaron was found guilty of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. He was found not guilty of throwing Molotovs, intent to do bodily harm by causing an explosive device to explode, possession of explosives while prohibited to do so, and committing an offense while having his face masked.
from war on society
On June 16th, the final hearing was held for the trial against Amelie, Fallon and Carlos, the three anarchists arrested on January 5th accused of damages and attacks against the public peace. Legally speaking, it remains for now to wait for the lawyers and judges to reach their decisions, so that the sentence can then be dictated in the local charges our compañerxs are facing. As for the federal charges, the next hearing will be on Wednesday the 25th. If they do in fact stipulate time periods for these two last stages of the trial to be settled, we know that the judges can delay the time of the sentencing. It is important to continue showing our solidarity with the compañerxs kidnapped by the State. Freedom to All!
After 8 days of hunger strike the prisoners in Greece decided to end it and continue the mobilization with other means.
At the end of the hunger strike around 1500 prisoners were participating.
Our comrades Michalis Nikolopoulos,, Panagiotis Argirou and Nikolas Romanos are good in their health and out of hospital!!!!
May health and chaos be within you!