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Text by anarchist Aggeliki Spyropoulou (Greece)

Inter Arma received and translated:

For two months now, after the revelation of the members of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire escape plan, a witch hunt started in any direction. Since my arrest, however, and after that, things have gone out of control, with the counter-terrorism unit dogs going beyond any limits. The constant and unrepentant action of some people, who stubbornly refuse to accept the power of the prison guards, who locks them up in the concrete every night, has outraged all those who cannot understand what it means to live in pride and dignity. They won’t settle for the ones who have openly stood against them but, now, they’re also targeting people who, despite the fact that they have no political connection with us, chose neither to abandon their own people, nor to turn their back on the chased ones. Dirty as they might play, though, they can’t make us back down. To every hit of theirs, we’re going to forcefully answer back and with our heads up. Inertia and passivity are not included in our characteristics. So, since 2/3, I take part in the hunger strike, along with the comrades of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire – Prison Cell, demanding the immediate release of Christos and Gerasimos Tsakalos’ mother and the second one’s girlfriend. We are determined to get to the end…

NOT A STEP BACK

P.S. What needs to be said is much more; however, it is important for someone to be able to dissociate the occasions, and what comes first now is the immediate release of the ones who have nothing to do with the case. All the rest can wait. At the moment, the only thing I have to say is that this is not the beginning and definitely not the end of a story, but it is about the route, and this is where beauty lies.

IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF THE RELATIVES OF THE CONSPIRACY OF CELLS OF FIRE MEMBERS

SUPPORT FOR ALL THE HUNGER STRIKERS’ FIGHT

1. For the abolition of the A’ counter-terror law (article 187),

2. For the abolition of the B’ counter-terror law (article 187A),

3. The abolition of the hood-law,

4. The abolition of the C’ type prisons law,

5. The liberation of Savvas Xiros for medical reasons,

6. The abolition of the Public Prosecutor provision requiring the violent taking of DNA (and generally, the police manipulation with the construction of culprits through DNA).

Aggeliki Spyropoulou,

Women prison of Korydallos

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This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 at 12:10 am and is filed under Prison Struggle.