Piraeus, Greek territory: While mainstream media in Greece have been focusing on the lives of VIP prisoners, a small number of men who have power, money and good relationships with prison guards, they gloss over the fact that prisons across the country have been severely affected by budget cuts, poor healthcare, ill treatment, lack of hygiene and drug abuse.Continue reading #Korydallos Prison: ‘There are women living with the constant fear that they will never come out of prison alive.’
Greece: The following letter in solidarity was written by the Prisoner Struggle Committee in support of D.Koufontinas, who went on hunger strike on Wednesday, May 30th. Two solidarity marches have been announced in Athens so far, one on Wednesday and one on Saturday.
Vasilis Dimakis, the incarcerated student who is claiming the right to higher education, has been transferred to Korydallos Prison Hospital but refused to be examined. Since he is now on the 23d day of his hunger strike and aldready started a thirst strike, the doctor there predicted that serious health issues will appear soon and suggested Dimakis’ transfer to a proper hospital.
Statement by prisoners in Korydallos Prison (Wards A, B, C, D and E).
According to information from Athens Indymedia, comrade Konstantinos Giagtozglou will end his hunger and thirst strike after the Prison Transfer Committee met today on Friday, March 2nd and accepted his demand for transfer to Korydallos Prison, which will be made effective on April 10th.
Earlier today we published two reports about the kidnapping form Korydallos prison and the hunger (and thirst) strike of anarchist prisoner Konstantinos Giagtzoglou. Tonight we received a letter from Konstantinos Giagtzoglou.
Earlier today we reported the kidnapping of Konstantinos Giagtzoglou and protests in Korydallos prison. Here an update what happened in the past few hours.
Anarchist prisoner Konstantinos Giagtzoglou was kidnapped by “anti-terrorism” cops copsfrom Korydallos prison in Greece this morning. We publish 3 announcements from Korydallos prisoners. Last Update 01:29pm
Statement by the Prisoner Struggle Committee of Korydallos prison in Greece after the death of Maltezos Sozos.
A 108 pages PDF document about the Syrian revolution. Written by revolutionary prisoners in Korydallos prison.