The court of appeals of Giannis Dimitrakis has just been postponed for the 6th of December, 2010.
A video from yesterday’s solidarity action in London:
Occupation of the Hellenic Centre in London
The Building of the Hellenic Centre in the heart of London was occupied earlier this afternoon. 2 banners were flying on the roof and the balcony of the building. The banners said: ‘Freedom to Dimitrakis and to all Anarchists’; the 2nd writes ‘Honour to Lambros Fountas’ ‘Freedom to the 6′, and the 3rd banner 'Fire to the prisons! Freedom to Alfredo Bonanno and Christos Stratigopoulos!'
The 6 refers to the 6 anarchists arrested a few days ago accused by the cops of participating in the ‘Revolutionary Stuggle’; Lambros Fountas is the anarchist who was killed by the police in March and Giannis Dimitrakis is the anarchist who is in jail doing 35 years for a bank robbery. Today there was a call for international solidarity to Dimitrakis as his appeal trial starts tomorrow.
more info and photos! later in the day!
The passion for freedom is stronger than the prison!
Here are some chants to share:
“In Every City, In Every Town, Burn Their Prisons To The Ground!”
“They Can Take Our Lives Away, But Not Our Dignity! Our Hearts Will Pound Against The Walls, Until We Are All Free!”
“Prisoners Everywhere, Solidarity and Love! Against The Violence of Capital, Our Struggle Is One!”
“Maplehurst and Everywhere, Fire To The Prisons!”
“Milton To Greece, Fuck The Police!”
into luxury hotels even if the prisoners of all prisons are
satisfied with '' reduced sentences'' even if the everyday
betings of prisoners are replaced by sly agreements and
assimilated by correctional policies in accordance with the
'' human rights'' model, even if ''whit cells''turn ''pink''
and heroin gives way to methadone we will remain forever
enemies of every structure tht denies us our freedom.
Yannis Dimitrakis, Giorgos Voutsis-Vogiatzis, Polykarpos Georgiadis