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#Brussels, #Belgium : Report of the trial against 12 anarchists

Tuesday May 28 the verdict was delivered in the trial against 12 anarchists in Brussels.
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#UK, #London June 1: Noise demo at HMP Pentonville prison!

London, UK: The logic of the prison, its categorisation of ‘good citizens’, the ‘innocent’ and the ‘criminal’ and the ‘guilty’, its colonisation of time; its punishment by the hours that drip away, all its routine brutalities, its petty pecking orders, its enforcement of servility, the breaking of rebellious spirit— this logic is both the way our society disappears its problems and paradoxically how everything within it really functions.

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France: The last prisoner of the Quai Valmy case will soon be released on bail

The request for release on bail concerning the last person in prison for the Quai de Valmy case was definitively rejected by the Chamber of sentence enforcement, appeal jurisdiction of sentence enforcement Judge (JAP).

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Trial against Belgian anarchists set to begin on April 29th

Between 2008 and 2014, the Belgian State carried out a vast investigation of the struggle, always outside beaten paths, in protest at detention centers, borders, prisons and the world of authority and exploitation. The targets of the investigation: Acrata anarchist library, anarchist and anti-authoritarian publications, dozens of leaflets and posters, over one hundred actions, attacks and sabotage… in other words, the struggle against power in its various expressions.

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#BlackD18 #Brazil : “WHO KILLED INDIO?”

A response to the anarchist call for a Black December.

Originally published by Act For Freedom.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

Luiz Carlos ruas presente, the only death is oblivion.

Luiz Carlos Ruas, aka Indio, was murdered by neonazis after defending two trans people from agression in a central subway station in São Paulo  city. He died after defending freedom meanwhile security guards and citzens were conniving. He will always be remembered in the offensive against all passivity and authority!”

How’s that, “who killed him”? If the murderes’ names and faces are already known… It did not take so long untill the butchery media turned
this event intospectacle. There was an exposure not only of who assaulted himuntill his last breath but also of his family, of the trans people he defended, his life history and a lot of information applied just to create a huge smokescreen. Up this disgusting situation, two years after his death, it becomes indispensable to tell this event from beneath the claws of domination.

On a nothing peaceful Christmas night,two neonazis chased transsexuals inside the “Pedro II” subwaystation (name given from brazil’s colony
last king) with the intention of doing exactly the same as they did with Indio. Which only demonstrates the persistent hunt against those who
free their desires and wills and stands against the imposed normality. However,in a convinced denial of passivity, the 54-year-old street vendorhas firmly decided to defend them. This attitude costed him his life.

The presenceof the subway guards and the well-behaved citizens did not help and would not be different. Every day every subway station is full of automats blinded by the routine fulfilling superiors orders. Luiz Carlos Ruas, a black, autonomous worker, who kept his sellingoutside
the station, against the usual doldrums of the cities, onhis last day, as probably in his many previous ones, instinctively followed the search
for freedom.

A truly insurgent act of solidarity anddirect action, in the midst of an increasingly domesticated society that shuts its eyes to the war set up here and now. Acontradictory war reinforced by the agents who as well as his aggressors caused the death of another black man without any
questioning of this suspected authorship. Those are allstructures programmed to kill and let die.

The security guards’ behavior was not surprising at all. Numerous cases are omitted day after day, sexual harassment against women, aggression against people working in train cars, beatings against people who are not welcome in this environment and means of transportation that, although only a few can afford, all suffer the damages of the existence of such civilizing technology that attacks life and nature. In the veins of the city runs the blood shed by the authorities and only by this way it maintains this murderer architecture.

So, as Alexis Grigoropoulos, murderedby police in the Athens ghetto in 2008, as Sebastian Oversluij, murdered by a bank guard after a robery
attempt in 2013, along with so many other people who dared to seek freedom and therefore died without having their name remembered, Luiz
Carlos Ruas akaIndio is one more that is more than alive in each act of in conformity and rebellion. Authorities and passivity killed Indio.

THE ONLY DEATH IS OBLIVION!
LUIZ CARLOS RUAS PRESENTE!
FOR A BLACK DECEMBER!

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Greece: Poster from #Komotini for #AlexandrosGrigoropoulos and #Zak Kostopoulos

Translated text of a poster from Komotini for Alexandros Grigoropoulos and Zak Kostopoulos. We republish this article as part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series.

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#Italy: A communique from Deported Anarchist Prisoner Davide Delogu from #Sardinia

The following communique was written and read out by anarchist comrade Davide Delogu on 10th October 2018 at his trial for attempted escape in 2013 from “Buoncammino” prison in the city of Cagliari, Sardinia.

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#UK, #London: A Quick Visit to the Home Office in solidarity with migrants

On July 13, 250.000 people protested against the policies of Donald Trump, in London. After ther demo a group went to the homeoffice in solidarity with migrants resisting the raids in Chinatown.

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France – Affaire Quai de Valmy: updates on Krem

News on the transfer of one of those sentenced for taking part in the fire on a police car in Quai de Valmy in May 2016.

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