On Friday 4/29/16, political prisoner Gary Tyler was release from Angola prison! ————————————————————————————————————— Posted on: Louisiana Prisoner Freed After 41 Years Of Unconstitutional Life Sentence At 16, Tyler was the youngest person on Louisiana’s death row. A Louisiana man walked free from the state’s notorious Angola prison late on Friday after serving 41 years […]
The new edition of the Incarcerated Worker Newsletter is ready!!
Continue reading NEW INCARCERATED WORKER NEWSLETTER! SUMMER 2015
[Avertissement : une erreur s’est glissée dans la version papier du bulletin. SPIE-Batignolles, également constructeur de prisons, n’est plus une filiale de SPIE, le texte ci-dessous a été corrigé.]
Continue reading SPIE : Portrait d’un collabo tout-terrain
El próximo miércoles 4 de Junio se realizará en los locales de la CNT-AIT de Madrid (Tirso de Molina 5, 2ºIzq) una charla del colectivo Nais Contra a Impunidade, un colectivo de madres que luchan contra la represión y brutalidad carcelaria y policial y la impunidad que detentan las autoridades represoras del Estado. La charla estará a cargo de Carmen ( Madre de Diego Viña) Fran del Buey (Abogado de la Asociación Nais Contra a Impunidade), Lola Riveiro (madre de Noelia Cotelo Riveiro) y Dominga González (madre de Xosé Tarrio González).
Continue reading CHARLA DE NAIS CONTRA A IMPUNIDADE 4 JUNIO
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Modern philanthropy has added a new role to the repertoire of penal institutions. While, formerly, the alleged necessity of prisons rested, solely, upon their penal and protective character, to-day a new function, claiming primary importance, has become embodied in these institutions — that of reformation.
Continue reading Prisons and Crime – Alexander Berkman (1906)
“If you will not free yourself from the ropes that bind you while you are alive, do you think that ghosts will do it after?” Kabir
At this point, no one is innocent and all have made their choice. There is not one person who is not having to take sides. People are testing each other, testing society, testing how far they can go. Flexing their muscles, so to speak, before the clash. You can see it in the slight tilt of the lips as someone blames the immigrants or the Muslims in a roomful of strangers. Who will react?
Continue reading Anti-System Cores For Mass Struggle and Subversion
La guerriglia è una forma di lotta contro l’ordine stabilito che viene da lontano. Nello stato spagnolo è ben conosciuta con quel nome dai tempi della dittatura del generale Franco.
Continue reading Dichiarazione di Jose Rodríguez nel processo contro Lotta Rivoluzionaria ad Atene (13.9.2012) it/es/gr
John Bowden writes about his treatment at the hands of a megalomaniac social worker and an all too acquiescent Parole Board. Further articles by John, and others about his current situation and what you can do to help, can be found on this site.
n June of 2011, the Parole Board for England and Wales finally carried out its statutory obligation to review my continued imprisonment after 32 years of captivity. Its official terms of reference were clear and straightforward; to be reassured that I represented no risk or danger to the public, (the main legal criteria determining whether a life sentence prisoner is safe to be released or not), and that I could be safely managed or supervised in the community beyond prison.
Continue reading Parole Board Stitch-up