Belgrade 6 charged with "International Terrorism" (Serbia)
The IWA/AIT Secretariat and Serbian comrades have just informed us of some terrible news – the 6 anarcho-syndicalists from Belgrade, arrested and held in confinement since [last] 5th September, are to be tried for ‘International Terrorism’.
They face 15 years in prison. They are accused of being the authors of graffiti painted on the Greek embassy last 25th August, and of having thrown a petrol bomb which only damaged a window.
The fact that the comrades deny that they had anything to do with these events clearly does not worry the Serbian State in its obsession to find someone guilty. Indeed, from Paris to Belgrade, the international police
are all very much alike…
They must have had the same instructors… So, the comrades are being charged with international terrorism. In the near future, this means they will remain incommunicado in jail for at least several months.
Those comrades who are still free are trying to see if there is any way to appeal the decision. Further information will follow.
Meanwhile, the worst case scenario has now happened. The battle will be long and difficult and these comrades will need all our support.
Lawyers’ fees will obviously be extremely high, so anyone who wishes to contribute financially to solidarity efforts can send a cheque made out to the CNT AIT, with the words “Solidarité Belgrade” on the back, to the
108 rue Damrémont
This entry was posted on Saturday, November 7th, 2009 at 7:13 pm and is filed under Social Control.