Porto Alegre, Brazil: Posters in solidarity with Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar

Received and translated on 11.03.16: 

Against the trial that is being carried out against Francisco Solar and Monica Caballero, several individuals from different parts of the city set out to invade the streets with posters in solidarity with the companeros.

Text of the poster: “The distances separate us, the feelings unite us”.

In 2010 Monica and Francisco were accused in the Bombs Case in Chile and spent two years fighting both inside and outside prison mantaining a rebellious stance until they were acquitted of the charges.

In 2013, the Spanish state kidnapped Monica and Francisco for having allegedly burned a Church and sent vibrators full of gunpowder to some priests. Since then they have been prisoners in the FIES regime. On March 8, 9 and 10 they will be on trial for terrorism, risking 44 years of prison.

In these moments the solidarity needs to fly up to them.

They can lock us up but they can never isolate us from our companeros.

Without a pause in the confrontation without pretexts for the solidarity.

Inside and outside…we are still fighting!

 

 

This entry was posted in Anarchist Prisoners, Brazil, Direct Action, Francisco Solar, International Solidarity, Monica Caballero, Spain, Street Art. Bookmark the permalink.

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