“Los que viven en 300 o 400 euros al mes no están aterrorizados por Lucha Revolucionaria, sino por usted y su régimen”.
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On Friday morning, April 3rd, anarchist prisoner on hunger strike Antonis Stamboulos, participant in the Network of Imprisoned Fighters (DAK), was transferred to the hospital in Larissa, where physicians on duty denied his treatment because he refused to take in intravenous drips. Then the hunger striker was moved back to Larissa prison.
Continue reading Larissa, Greece: Antonis Stamboulos, on hunger strike since 2/3, currently hospitalised
Nota de Contra Info: Como informamos ayer, los compañeros Antonis Stamboulos, Tasos Theofilou, Fivos Harisis, Argyris Ntalios y Giorgos Karagiannidis (participantes de DAK) se unieron el 2 de marzo a Dimitris Koufontinas, Kostas Gournas y Nikos Maziotis en la huelga de hambre colectiva. Los demás participantes en DAK entrarán en la movilización los próximos días. Sigue la traducción del comunicado de la Red de Luchadores Presos:
Continue reading Prisiones griegas: Comunicado de inicio de huelga de hambre por la Red de Luchadores Presos (DAK)
Hace poco nos enteramos de que más compas presxs se declaran en huelga de hambre en el mismo contexto que se libra la movilización de Nikos Maziotis, Kostas Gournas y Dimitris Koufontinas. Se trata de los anarquistas Antonis Stamboulos (prisiones de Larisa), Tasos Theofilou (prisiones de Domokos), Fivos Charisis, Argyris Dalios y Giorgos Karagiannidis (estos tres desde las prisiones de Koridallos), quienes son los primeros de la Red de Luchadores Presos (DAK) en unirse en la huelga de hambre (los demás participantes de DAK entrarán más tarde). El preso social Mohamed-Said Elchibah (prisiones de tipo C de Domokos) también entra en huelga de hambre desde el día de hoy, 2 de marzo del 2015.
Continue reading Grecia: Actualizaciones sobre las mobilizaciones en las prisiones
On October 11th, Antonis Stamboulos ended his hunger and thirst strike. After almost 5 days of protest, his demand was not met, so he remains incarcerated in Larissa prison. Below is a short excerpt from his latest open letter:
[…] Today, that the messages of solidarity can reach the prison’s interior, and since the consequences of my abstention from water and food have become life-threatening, I decided to suspend my strike, waiting for those moments when the conditions will allow a stronger and more effective coordination between those inside and outside the prison walls. We must keep our strengths for the struggles to come. […]
Continue reading Greek prisons: Comrade Antonis Stamboulos suspends hunger and thirst strike (en/es)
In the early hours of October 9th, it became known that comrade Antonis Stamboulos intends to continue his hunger and thirst strike inside the prison of Larissa until his demand for transfer to Koridallos prison is met, so that he can be closer to his family and lawyer in Athens.
(Solidarity banner in the city of Veria, northern Greece: “War on cops, judges, journalists, bosses – Solidarity with anarchist revolutionaries – Strength to anarchist Antonis Stamboulos, who was arrested on October 1st in Athens”)
On October 7th, nearly 25 comrades gathered for about an hour outside the prison of Larissa as a small token of solidarity with comrade Stamboulos, as soon as we were informed that he had been transferred to the same prison (in the A wing). As far as we know, the comrade continues his hunger and thirst strike.
The States are the only terrorists; solidarity with urban guerrilla fighters
Continue reading Greece: Anarchist Antonis Stamboulos transferred to Larissa prisons (en/es)
Following his arrest on the 1st of October 2014, Antonis Stamboulos is currently being held under pretrial detention facing terrorism charges.
Continue reading Athens, Greece: Anarchist prisoner Antonis Stamboulos goes on hunger and thirst strike (en/es/fr/pt)
On October 1st, 2014, I was arrested, hooded and taken to an interrogation room of the antiterrorist unit. From 5pm until 1am, a bunch of hooded cops – and while I was handcuffed behind the back – took my DNA sample, fingerprints and (tried to take) my photographs by force, amid ironies, chokeholds, sprains and beatings, and threatened to electroshock me, thinking this would make me collaborate. At 1am, I saw unhooded cops for the first time, who told me that I am accused of terrorism. Until 5.30 in the morning, I remained in a 1×3 holding cell, always handcuffed behind my back. The next day they attempted to photograph me once again.
Continue reading Greece: Statement by anarchist Antonis Stamboulos, detained in Athens police headquarters (en/gr/fr)