Freedom NOW for the Black Flag ”Facebook Terrorists”
The 5 anarchists arrested Wed 15th have been imprisoned without bail. They appeared in Madrid court on ‘promoting terrorism’ and other charges, that is, just saying things in favour of ETA separatists on their Facebook identities pages. According to the police on Facebook they are ”Kete Follen, Pakete Bomba, Cadenas Libertarias, Eskupe Metralla and Indio Apache Barcelona”.
Of these we only found Eskupe Metralla still up, this page seems like 1000’s of other radical young anarchists, supporting animal rights, prisoners, punk bands, occupy, anti-fascist action etc… Perhaps thism is another police ‘mistake’. We saw no threats to politicians or royals in his/her 1370 great photos, some do advocate violence, but were put on her/his wall by others, so the crime would be ‘not deleting a criminal photo from your Facebook timeline’… Eskupe has not posted since Wednesday when the arrests took place. Continue reading Kolectivo Bandera Negra: No bail for 5 anarchist ‘Facebook Terrorists’→
.breaking news… more later… 5 Black Flag’ anarchists detained in dawn raids on the anarchist and CNT center in Sabadell near Barcelona. accused of belonging toterrorist group..byanarca15May2013. translation thefreeonline The Mossos’ Catalan police have arrested five presumed members of theanarchist groupBlack Flag (Bandera Negra) in an operation oftheNational Courtdirected by judgeSantiagoPedraz. According to a noteof thehearing,they are accusedof encouragingterrorismandterrorist groups. Continue reading 5 Black Flag anarchists seized in Catalonia Police Raids + update→
150 recently evicted families have occupied land owned by the mayor of Sao José (Florianopolis), Djalma Berger, who is accused of rampant corruption. The new neighbourhood has survived all attacks so far due to strong community help.
A new neighbourhood called ‘Ocupaçäo Contestado’ has been born in San Jose! Plank by plank, canvas by canvas, recently evicted community residents in José Nitro are building their homes and their history in a space that bears the name of ‘Ocupaçäo Contestado’. Continue reading Sao José evicted Occupy land, Build new village→