Fuerteventura vuelve a aparecer en un informe sobre brutalidad policial. 02:54 Jan 12 0 comments
Declaración CECTC a propósito de nueva Ley Antiterrorista 08:07 Sep 29 0 comments
Asesinada Edith Santos, líder de la comunidad de Acacias, Meta 12:25 Aug 31 0 comments
Chaco: Represión del Gobierno a multisectorial 13:50 May 08 0 comments
Nos 54 países que reduziram a maioridade penal não se registrou redução da violência 17:59 Apr 27 0 commentsmore >>
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Rural Ontario Anarchist Development Network 0 commentsRecent Articles about North America / Mexico Repression / prisoners
NO a la desaparición forzada en México Jun 11 13
Police attack anti-imperialist demonstration in Canada
May 5th Toronto arrestees need help
A spirited and strong demonstration of approximately 100 people, called by the May 5th Organizing Committee, was attacked by Toronto police. The action was called to demonstrate opposition to imperialism and Canadian corporate complicity in the occupation of Iraq. SNC-Lavalin's shareholders meeting, whose subsidiary SNC-Tec manufactures bullets for the US military, was the target of today's action.
Common Front Legal Update: 05-05-05
Thu 29 Jan, 21:24
Will the Department of Justice Get Their Way in Seattle? 07:10 Thu 28 Jun 0 comments
Seattle City attorneys officially threw down the gauntlet with the Department of Justice last week, filing court documents which challenged the “reliability and trustworthiness” of a recent DOJ report on the Seattle Police. The DOJ report, which “finds a pattern or practice of constitutional violations regarding the use of force… as well as serious concerns about biased policing,” has been offered as evidence in an ongoing court case brought by Martin Monetti Jr. against the City of Seattle.Monetti, a Latino man, had his head stomped into the pavement after being told by then-Detective Shandy Cobane that he would “beat the [expletive] Mexican piss out of you, homie.”
Oaxaca: David Venegas Reyes freed! 20:42 Wed 01 Feb 0 comments
Yesterday afternoon, David Venegas Reyes, a member of the Oaxacan collective Oaxaca Voces Oaxaqueñas Construyendo Autonomía y Libertad (VOCAL) was finally freed. According to information supplied by the legal department of Section 22, the release took place without the payment of any bail and without any charges being made since Venegas Reyes was released following confirmation that he had not committed any crime for which he could have been arrested. [Castellano]
Hands off the Anti-War movement! Defend FRSO! Anarchist Solidarity against the Political Police 00:28 Tue 28 Sep 0 comments
We stand firmly opposed to the raids carried out by the FBI, America’s political police, against a number of anti-war and labor activists across the country on Friday, September 24th, 2010. We give our solidarity to those threatened by these raids and to those subpoenaed to appear before a government Grand Jury next month. These attacks must be resisted.
The First Olympic Event 22:00 Tue 10 Nov 0 comments
In preparation for Vancouver 2010 Olympics sweeping new policies and increased security budgets in the city have all been directed at cleansing the streets of prostitutes and homeless people. The new 'civil city' policies have meant continual harassment for the most marginalized and insecure in Vancouver and highlight what the Olympics has come to represent underneath its thin vaneer of global togetherness.
CNDH report and APPO and Brad Will updates 07:55 Thu 23 Oct 0 comments
From the analysis of the facts and evidence that make up case file 2006/4886/5/Q, it was verified that the public servants of the Attorney General's Office of the state of Oaxaca who participated in compiling preliminary investigation 1247/C.R./2006, as well as those in the Federal Attorney General's Office charged with compiling enquiry 11/FEADP/07, based in the Special Prosecutor for Attention to Crimes Committed Against Journalists, violated fundamental rights of legality, of judicial security, and of access to justice.
Support the Love Park 4: Anti-Racists Face Serious Legal Battle in Philly 11:17 Thu 26 Jul 0 comments
On Monday July 23rd, four anti-fascists from the Philadelphia, PA area were arrested at what was supposed to be a Ku Klux Klan rally in Center City Philadelphia. Jared Schultz, Tom Keenan, Jason Robbins - all of Philadelphia Anti-Racist Action - and Jim McGovern - of the Progressive Labor Party - were all arrested and charged with a series of trumped up misdemeanors in a situation that - for all practical purposes - was straight up entrapment.
State Terrorism from Atlanta to Oaxaca (2005) 22:19 Mon 29 Jan 0 comments
Oftentimes what separates the revolutionary from the merely progressive citizen, is the recognition that instances of oppression are linked (rather than existing as exceptional moral outrages). Accordingly, in our propaganda the Capital Terminus Collective has sought to make connections between the various issue campaigns we endorse. For example, in the following article (from an older issue of Anarchist Atlanta, but which describes ongoing campaigns in a context, and with an analysis that remains valid) local police brutality is connected to military support for authoritarian regimes abroad.
Disparan desconocidos contra barricada en Oaxaca 06:05 Fri 24 Nov 0 comments
Testigos señalan que desconocidos se llevaron a tres personas.
A Look At The First Annual Sacco And Vanzetti Memorial Parade 09:28 Wed 30 Aug 1 comments
On Sunday, August 27th, 2006, about 50 people braved the pouring rain to gather for the first annual Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial Parade.
"They Will Never Get Us All!" 02:40 Sat 22 Oct 0 comments
Harold H. Thompson is an anarchist prisoner serving life plus sentences in Tennessee, USA after a serious of farcical trials. Following an earlier collection released in 1996, this edition of They Will Never Get Us All! is an updated collection of writings and poetry produced by Harold over the past decade. In it he addresses the oppression of capitalism, the State, the prison industrial complex, and of course, anarchism and the struggle for a better tomorrow.more >>
Police State Tactics at Toronto G8 -20 Jul 06 1 comments
Why the state over-reacted is now being debated. Many people figure they deliberately let the black bloc run free as a rationalization for the billion squandered on “security.” An equal number believe the violence was a warning of what to expect if people react against the coming government cut-backs, the so-called austerity program to destroy workers living standards. Others think that the government does not have such a fine tuned level of control and the police simply went berserk, venting their hatred against those who do not share their anti-democratic sentiments.
Ideas: Sound of the Police Feb 11 0 comments
Since the time we are young we are saturated with images of the friendly cop, there to help you and your community. We are told the police are here to protect us from the "bad guys" and keep us safe from the salivating hordes of criminals just waiting for an opportunity to harm us. But what really is the function of the police? Who are they really here to protect? Here Devin K tries to answer such questions.
The day after online footage revealed the presence of police provocateurs at the Montebello SPP summit protest the Quebec police have been forced to admit that the rock wielding men initially confronted for being in the agreed 'family friendly' zone by a union leader were indeed police agents.
They First Came For.... Mar 25 0 comments
Based on Martin Niemoeller's well-known statement about Nazi persecution, which begins, "They first came for the Communists and I did not speak up--because I wasn't a Communist."
January 23, 2007 should be a day that lives in infamy within the movements for social justice in North America. On that date, the nearly four decades long war on the Black Panthers was shown to still exist. Nine individuals, most identified as being members of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, were charged with murder or murder related crimes by officials in California. The incident in question involved the killing of a police officer inside the police station in which he worked in 1971. Over 35 years later, the struggle that the killing of the officer symbolizes is alive and strong.more >>
We demand to know the whereabouts of David Venegas Reyes Jan 30 VOCAL 1 comments
At approximately 3.50 pm on Sunday 29 January 2012, our comrade David Venegas Reyes was arbitrarily arrested on the direct orders of Jesús Martínez Álvarez, Secretary General of the Government of Oaxaca; this happened as he, along with other comrades, was accompanying the caravan back to the Autonomous Municipality of San Juan Copala, led for over a year by the displaced women. [Castellano] [Français]
International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier Sep 30 LPDOC 0 comments
International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier: Clemency Now!
Thousands Of Invisible Pickets Dec 16 WSA 0 comments
The prisoners in Macon, Hays, Telfair, Baldwin, Valdosta, and Smith state prisons do not have picket signs we can read, no do they have speeches that can be read out loud to us. We cannot see their faces or hear their voices. They are mostly invisible to us. It is now up to us to break though this wall of invisibility purposely imposed upon us and prisoners, by those who control society and our lives. The right to strike is the right of every exploited person in an exploitive society, prisoner or not.
Workers Solidarity Alliance (WSA) Statement Against Political Police Raids Oct 07 WSA 5 comments
The WSA condemns this attack and the arbitrary power which it claims for the repressive agencies of the state. We should also note the hypocrisy of the state agencies who do not shrink from supporting or engaging in mass-scale terrorism abroad, while asserting arbitrary powers at home in the name of "anti-terrorism" and allowing domestic armed extremists to assist in policing the border in Arizona. [Castellano]
London Activists Target Of Police Intimidation Jun 23 Common cause - Ontario Anarchist Organisation 0 comments
June 22, 2010