Posts Tagged ‘Hidayat’
Monday, April 30th, 2012
Rough translation from Negasi:
On Thursday, April 26, 2012, the four comrades who were captured in Malang underwent further interrogation by the police-pigs. The interrogation itself lasted for 8 hours from 10 am to 6 pm. Two comrades immediately undergo interrogation in two separate rooms. Interrogation lasted for 5 and 6 hours. While two other comrades were told to wait. The matters focused on in the interrogations, range from questions about the chronology of the vandalism action until the comrades were finally caught by the pigs, to the pigs demanding to know who had proposed the idea of the action as well, and about the relationship between the vandals and the comrades of Katalis and Kontinum. Questions about the association with the two anti-authoritarian groups (Katalis + Kontinum) were because in the bag of one comrade was found pamphlets of the two groups.
One comrade who also got the same questions plus another question about who had the idea of making posters of solidarity for the four combatants in jail (Billy & Eat, Tukijo and Hidayat), and how the association between the four comrades and the imprisoned combatants are, how the comrades know about the condition of the combatants and why the acts of vandalism solidarity should be dedicated to the 4 people who are combatants.
The interrogation ended with the four comrades in Malang having to register their identity cards, and the interrogation continues on Monday, April 30, 2012. Some items still have not been returned because they was seized by the police-pigs (USB, solidarity posters, paint-bombs, the diary of one comrade, comrades identity card and spray-paint). Three of the comrades are demanded to sign a witness form and one other comrade still has to undergo further interrogation before being forced to sign the forms.
The pig-cop trying to entrap the four comrades by letting the case drag on, is based on the grounds of waiting for complaints from owners of buildings whom such acts of vandalism (spray-paint slogans, posters, paintbombs) were directed. If there is a lawsuit from the owners of the building, then the 4 comrades in Malang will undergo further interrogation and will face legal proceedings.
Solidarity to 4 Malang combatants!
Long live the live action!
Long live the rebels!
Vandals for solidarity!
New repression wave – Four anarchists detained and investigated for solidarity actions – 'Memori Senja' shut down (Indonesia)
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
On the night of Friday, April 20, 2012, four people were arrested by police [in Malang] when comrades are doing acts of vandalism as a form of solidarity against a variety of asymmetric struggle against the state, capital and society and solidarity to the imprisoned revolutionary combatants (Billy & Eat, Tukijo and Hidayat). The four comrades were detained and underwent a long interrogation for 17 hours without stopping before then released while still in the surveillance and investigation of the police.
During interrogation, the police force four comrades to mention Facebook address each of the accused as a “communication tool” of internal “group of troublemakers and bullies the social order”. (more…)
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
325 receives and transmits:
We want to spread the news that our brother and comrade, Hidayat is released from prison since Tuesday April 17 2012, after the trial in court which accused our brother with article 170 of the Indonesian criminal code.
Now, we want to say thanks to all the comrades around who always on support since our comrade in prison until reached his freedom again.
With love and solidarity
Friday, March 30th, 2012
Now it is possible to write emails to Eat and Billy, members of Long-Live Luciano Tortuga Cell – IRF/FAI, and also to Hidayat (AKA Yaya). Their friends/comrades will print them out and show them the messages of solidarity. Communication is vital to break the isolation of prison. Also reaching us at this time is the news that Hidayat is out of the isolation cells.
Eat and Billy have taken responsibility for the destruction of an ATM bank in Yogyakarta as an international solidarity action for Luciano Tortuga. They are both presently being dragged through the courts in a long trial process. You can email both of them here: blackhammer(at)riseup.net
Hidayat is a social combatant and anarchist who is accused of attacking a police outpost during a mass riot against brutal police repression which left several people dead, after people had occupied and blocked Sape port (Bima), to protest the prescence of a hated mining company in the area. You can email him here: swatantra(at)riseup.net
Wolves cannot be tamed!
Let’s keep wild!
Tags: Billy, Eat, Hidayat, Indonesia, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), International Solidarity, Long Live Luciano Tortuga Cell - International Revolutionary Front - FAI, RO-FAI (Indonesia Section)
Posted in Prison Struggle
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
From the bottom of my heart and an ardent yearning to be with you, I wanted to write this short letter in order to let all my friends know that “a fire still burns in our hearts that cannot be extinguished”.
Being in this place is not something I wished for, but also it should not be a cause for regret. We are aware and we understand that rebellion against the State is vital, but it also entails risks. If anarchists attack something that others hold sacred, then those people will not be able to tolerate anarchism. That is what underlies all our fears. Whenever someone opposes and seeks to destroy something we hold sacred, of course we will resist with all our strength. (more…)
Sunday, March 4th, 2012
Rough translation of Kokemi:
“Prisons exist in any State, against the existence of the State – against the well-being of Prison. Fight For Freedom.”
“The Egoist surely hates prison.”
“Long live the People of Bima who are still fighting. Anger will not stop here. Not inside or outside prison.”
Yayat alias Hidayat is one of the Makassar social combatants captured and imprisoned for actions in solidarity with the occupation of the port of Sape, which was made by the people of Bima. In this action, some State properties such as police stations were targeted for destruction. Until now, Hidayat is imprisoned by the State in detention without trial and the case is still protracted.
Monday, February 13th, 2012
From Negasi (Indonesian counter-info website):
“Better to burn out than go out slowly.
Destruction of property is not violence. Violence is when you do it against an individual, and that’s not what we do. After all, those properties are produced by workers paid little.”
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
News via Kokemi: Update – Comrade Hidayat is back inside the prison…
This news story is one of the horrors of life in prison, concerning being held in prisons that are contained therein inside the prison. Our comrade Hidayat being undertaken at this time, he was isolated in a room captured, called “Red cells”, the prison mini small-sized 2m x 1m, dark and dirty mental intimidation and terror of the state apparatus.
From the reports, comrade Hidayat was held captive for five days in jail also smaller than this size. Besides he reports he often gets intimidation and beatings, Comrade Hidayat also never received the package of food and beverages that he was sent. And our hearts are very painful, access to meet with him is limited. None was allowed to meet. According to information passed along, comrade Hidayat always is targeted by some extortion scenarios which are done by the prison apparatus and the prisoners who are also a finger in the hands of prison officials. (more…)
Thursday, January 12th, 2012
From kokemi. Rough automatic translation follows. Solidarity with the struggle for freedom in Indonesia. Liberty for Hidayat!
Kamerad Hidayat pagi tadi dipindahkan ke rumah tahanan
Kurang lebih dua minggu sudah menurut hitungan kami, kamerad Hidayat mendekam di balik terali besi milik institusi yang paling brutal dimuka bumi ini.
Pagi tadi sekitar pukul 10.00 WITA (tanggal 12 januari 2012) Pihak Polrestabes Makassar telah memindahkan Kamerad Hidayat di Rumah Tahanan di jalan Sultan Alauddin, Setelah sebelumnya dipenjarakan di kantor Polrestabes Makassar guna menjalani penyidikan dan pendalaman kasus tersebut. (more…)
Friday, January 6th, 2012
Makassar Police Headquarters have finally charged our comrade Hidayat, who is accused of damaging Police outposts during a demonstration supporting the people of Bima. According to the police, Hidayat’s status has been changed to ‘accused’ because they have sufficiently strong evidence to justify this higher level. They also claim to have video and photo evidence.
Hidayat participated in a solidarity action that took place in Makassar on 26th December 2011 against the brutal police clearance of the anti-mining protest in Bima, where thousands of people had occupied Sape port. From what we have managed to find out, he was arrested secretively in the crowds between Jalan Gunung Bawakaraeng and Karebosi Link. (more…)