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#Chiapas: Prisoners in Struggle Demand the Freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz

San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas . Words from prisoners in struggle demanding the freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz.

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#Chile: Public Statement of the Coordinating Committee for the Freedom of Political Prisoners of October 18

Note from Vamos hacia la vida: We share the first statement of the Coordinadora por la Libertad de lxs Presxs Políticos 18 de Octubre (Coordinating Committee for the Freedom of Political Prisoners of October 18), a coordinating committee in which different solidarity groups converge with individual prisoners from the October-November revolt (and those who will follow, as the struggle in the streets continues), as well as family members, friends and comrades of those who have been subjected to repression. We consider it important to coordinate efforts to show solidarity with our prisoners, especially since the last count of comrades in pretrial detention involves approximately 2,000 prisoners. Solidarity with the people who are suffering repression from the revolt is a fundamental aspect of our emancipation. We salute the efforts of the comrades and make this blog available to disseminate all or most of what should be spread from that coordination.

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International Call For New Year’s Eve Noise Demonstrations

This is a call for a raucous night of strong solidarity with those imprisoned by the state on one of the noisiest nights of the year. On New Year’s Eve gather your crew, collective, community, organization, or just yourself and come together to raise a racket and remind those on the inside that they are not alone.

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#Chile: Communiqué of imprisoned subversive comrade Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda

Chilenean territory. Letter by anarchist prisoner Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda from November 22.

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Harassment and Aggressions Against Indigenous Prisoners in Struggle in #Chiapas

Chiapas. Communique from the imprisoned Indigenous organizing group, Viniketic en Resistencia, who continue to face harassment and aggressions from prison authorities.

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Petrou Ralli prison, #Athens: Start of Hunger Strike, November 2, 2019

Athens (Greek territory). In the female section of the detention center of Petrou Ralli, 16 prisoners, Syrian and two Palestinian, started a hunger strike, yesterday Saturday, November 2, 2019, in protest, because although they are a long-time prisoners, eg. two months, some others even more, they have no idea when they are to be transferred to the islands where they got their fingerprints, to finish the process of asylum.

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#Greece, #Patras: Prisoner denied healthcare

Prisoners at St. Stephanos Prison in Patras condemn the prison management and the state for the mistreatment of an incarcerated patient who is denied healthcare.

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#Oaxaca, #Mexico: Freedom, now! Final Hearing of Political Prisoner Miguel Peralta Betanzos

Mexican territoy. This communique comes from the Solidarity Group for the Freedom of Miguel Peralta as his final hearing approaches.

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Two Indigenous Prisoners in Struggle in #Chiapas Sentenced to 50 Years

This letter comes from Germán López Montejo and Abraham López Montejo who, after more than four months on a hunger strike, had their sentences lengthened from 25 to 50 years. The time added to their sentences was a clear act of retaliation from the state, seeking to set an example of what happens to those who struggle for justice and freedom.

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