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#77 | Moscow, Hamburg, Vilnus, London, San Francisco, Belgrade and dozens of Greek cities say: Set Thodoros Iliopoulos free, NOW!

Monday, August 24 was the international day of solidarity with Thodoros Iliopoulos. With the fires raging across Greece, Thodoros had been seemingly unlucky in that those holding his life upon their hands, the very same people – and the State – that had imprisoned him, seemed as if they would get away with the slow death they are now imposing upon him: They are trying to leave Thodoros breathless. And yet on Monday, the 24th of August, we all became Thodoros’ breath: A banner in Moscow. A picket outside the greek embassy in Vilnus, Lithuania. A photocopied interview in San Francisco, a cry out on the streets of London, a gathering in Hamburg,  a molotov cocktail lighting up the summer night in Belgrade. A crystal-clear message: Mess with Thodoris and you mess with all of us. December’s revolt does not fit in their prisons, it cannot ever fall victim to state repression. Today, 27 August, dawns day 48 of Thodoros’ hunger strike. Danger for his very life is now imminent…

5 Comments

  1. Berlin wrote:

    http://athens.indymedia.org/front.php3?lang=en&article_id=1071794
    or
    http://de.indymedia.org/2009/08/259102.shtml

    This action took place at the ‘Kottbusser Tor’. The traffic was stopped for a few minutes. A spech was held. The activists dissapeared when the first police car arrived.

    Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 5:11 am | Permalink
  2. A wrote:

    Well done London folks who did the banner drop at The Thames!!

    Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 5:47 pm | Permalink
  3. B wrote:

    according to indymedia athens he is free:
    http://athens.indymedia.org/front.php3?lang=en&article_id=1072046

    Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 6:17 pm | Permalink
  4. sxo wrote:

    http://www.poland.indymedia.org/pl/2009/08/46901.shtml

    Friday, August 28, 2009 at 12:17 am | Permalink
  5. noprisons wrote:

    Asi statement:

    We are informing you that members of the Union Confederation
    “Anarcho-syndicalist initiative”, Ratibor Trivunac (who is currently
    delegated to the duty of IWA-AIT General Secretary), Tadej Kurepa and
    Ivan Vulovic have been arrested today (September, 3rd) under the
    fabricated charges of “causing general public danger”, after they were
    forcefully taken in for interrogation by the police. It is yet
    unconfirmed if other comrades were arrested.

    We are trying to get in contact with their lawyers and to establish what
    are the exact charges against them and their legal status. We will keep
    you informed of the developments.

    The IWA Secretariat can be reached by usual email address and phone no.

    IWA-AIT Secretariat,
    Belgrade, 3rd September 2009

    Media, later, reported that arrested are Ratibor Trivunac, Tadej Kurepa, Ivan Vulović, Sanja Đokić, Ivan Savić and Nikola Mitrović. jugde will do hearings todays, also decide about charges,and state attorney asks charge for criminal act of international terrorism (3 – 15 years of prison).

    Friday, September 4, 2009 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

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