Posts Tagged ‘Robbery’
Monday, November 13th, 2017
Tuesday, October 31, our comrade Paolo has been arrested along with two partners, immediately after the post office robbery in a suburb of Cagliari. Once they left the post office, they tried to get away, but the infamy of a bystander has provided very precise information to cops, who therefore were able to organize an encirclement and to intercept them as they were driving away.
They have offered no resistance. Clothes and weapons used in the robbery
have been found in the car.
All our closeness and solidarity to them. We do not know why they have
made this choice, and we do not care about why. We know whoever organize to
deprive State and bosses of what they need, do the right thing, always.
But, we are disgusted by those people who for a “sense of civic duty”
(expression used by the chief police of Cagliari) snitch on those who
organize and act to have what they need, taking from what by nature is
the worst exploiter in the world, the State.
On the side of those who do not bow their heads.
March to commemorate 16 year boy shot during a robbery in a jewellery shop. Cops attacked, cars burnt (Belgium)
Sunday, December 19th, 2010
Early December – TUBIZE – During a robbery in a jewellery, a youngster, Flavien (16 years), is killed by the owner of the jewellery shop. The robbers were two, they had fake weapons with them. The owner used his hunting rifle to kill one and to hold the other one, Hassan, till the police arrived. Hassan is now in prison and refuses to collaborate with the police.
A few days later, friends of Flavien organised a march to commemorate their friend and to march to the jewellery. About 100 youngsters showed up next to the small city centre . The Federal Police and anti-riot squads were very present and blocked the centre completely, while the mayor prohibited all gathering. At the beginning of the march, some people started to attack the cops with stones. Then the family of Flavien arrived, asking for calm and saying literally “we are not here to make revolution”. The march ended therefore calmly.
In the days following the march, cars were put on fire in several regions around Tubize and in the French speaking part of Belgium:
8/12/2010, Tubize: car put on fire in the “Street of Democracy”.
8/12/2010, Charleroi: three cars put on fire.
9/12/2010, Jemeppe: five cars put on fire on different spots of the small city.
9/12/2010, Ottignies: car put on fire on the parking of the station in the “Lane of Human Rights”.
9/12/2010, Liège: four cars put on fire on different spots.
Suie et Cendres – Belgium news of social war.