|Actualización 19-05-2016: Reporte sobre audiencia del 18/05 en juicio contra CCF por el intento de fuga.
Continue reading C.C.F. Actualización 19-05-2016: Reporte sobre audiencia del 18/05 en juicio contra CCF por el intento de fuga.
This experience is the starter of the development on both a political and a personal level. Imprisonment is an almost inevitable experience for anyone who has decided to join the armed struggle. But the question, as in every experience, is whether and how to take advantage of it.
The birth of the prison has always been built upon cultivation and perpetuation of validation of submission of those who do not conform to the predefined standards of society. However, there are some people whose desire for freedom burns their hearts in a way that does not allow them to accept the role imposed on them as part of the prison automation, even for a single moment during their imprisonment. When it comes to these people, prison fails miserably in its purpose, and despite the walls and bars that stand around them capturing their bodies, they themselves remain rebellious and actually free. Neither souls nor spirits fit in cages.
Continue reading Greece: Angeliki Spyropoulou – With No Trace of Remorse (en/es)
“Sin rastro de remordimiento”
Palabras de la compañera Angeliki Spyropoulou
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“Sin rastro de remordimiento”
Estas experiencias son la levadura de la evolución, tanto en el plano político como en lo personal. El tránsito a la prisión es una experiencia casi inevitable para cualquier persona que ha decidido pasar a la lucha armada. Pero la pregunta, como con cualquier experiencia, es si aprovecharla y cómo aprovecharla.
Continue reading [Grecia, prisión de Koridallos] “Sin rastro de remordimiento”. Palabras de la compañera Angeliki Spyropoulou
‘For, if we don’t die for each other, we are already dead’
[verse adapted from a poem by Tasos Livaditis]
On Tuesday, September 29th, it became known that anarchist prisoner Gerasimos Tsakalos has undertaken a hunger strike since September 14th 2015, standing by the side of his life companion Evi Statiri from the very first moment she initiated her hunger strike. For reasons of his own, Gerasimos chose not to publicise this fact earlier. It must be reminded that his body has not had time to fully recover from the exhaustive hunger strike that he recently carried out along with the rest of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire imprisoned members and anarchist captive Angeliki Spyropoulou.
Continue reading Greek prisons: CCF member Gerasimos Tsakalos has been on hunger strike since 14/9, in solidarity with the struggle of Evi Statiri
On April 4th 2015, anarchist prisoner Angeliki Spyropoulou announced the end of her hunger strike, considering that the demand for the release of both relatives of CCF members is soon to be met. Below is an excerpt from her statement.
Continue reading Greek prisons: Anarchist captive Angeliki Spyropoulou stopped hunger strike
Recordamos que lxs 10 miembros presxs de la CCF y Angeliki Spyropoulou están en huelga de hambre desde el 2 de marzo del 2015. Según el informe médico que ha salido hoy 13 de marzo, firmado por lxs médicos Spyros Sakkas y Olga Kosmopoulou:
Continue reading Grecia: Informe medico de la huelga de hambre de lxs prisionerxs de CCF y de Angeliki Spyropoulou (13 de Marzo) es/it
Recordamos que lxs 10 miembros presxs de la CCF y Angeliki Spyropoulou están en huelga de hambre desde el 2 de marzo del 2015. Según elinforme médico que ha salido hoy 13 de marzo, firmado por lxs médicos Spyros Sakkas y Olga Kosmopoulou:
Continue reading Prisiones griegas: Informe médico sobre lxs presxs de la CCF y Angeliki Spyropoulou (13/3/2015)
While the Greek society is watching the post-election fables of the SYRIZA-ANEL coalition government in an almost dormant state, incarcerated anarchists and combative prisoners in the galleys of democracy have once again decided to clash with the Power and its laws, using hunger strike and abstention from prison food as weapons of their struggle.
Continue reading Hunger strikes in Greek prisons – A brief chronicle of the past few days
Today, March 5th 2015, Angeliki Spyropoulou was sent to pretrial detention in Koridallos prison, accused of involvement in the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire escape plan. The comrade has been on hunger strike since the day of her arrest (2/3) for the immediate release of the mother and the wife (both remanded since 3/3) of Gerasimos Tsakalos.
Today, 39-year-old Christos Rodopoulos – accused in the same case – also appeared before the special appellate judge and was sent to pretrial detention in Domokos prison.
Since Saturday, February 28th, 2015, six persons have been arrested in relation to the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire escape plan. Two of the arrestees have reportedly been released. However, the mother of Christos and Gerasimos Tsakalos and the wife of the latter have been remanded to prison, absurdly accused of involvement in the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire.
On March 2nd, day of her arrest, anarchist comrade Angeliki Spyropoulou went on a hunger strike, demanding the immediate release of the two family members of CCF prisoners Christos and Gerasimos Tsakalos.
Continue reading Athens: Angeliki Spyropoulou on hunger strike too