Chile: New solidarity poster for imprisoned anarchist comrades Juan, Nataly & Enrique, on trial since March 24

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NEITHER GUILTY NOR INNOCENT
ENEMIES OF POWER

On September 18, 2014, Nataly Casanova and Juan Flores were arrested in a police and media raid, accused under the Anti-terrorist Law of placing explosives in various parts of Santiago.

A few months later, Enrique Guzmán, who regularly visited them in prison, was arrested and accused of the same charges. Presented from the outset as internal enemies that must be destroyed, they have remained in pre-trial detention ever since.

On March 24 the trial begins against the comrades to defend the monopoly of violence by the state, attack anarchist ideas and punish solidarity with the threat of long sentences and perpetual imprisonment.

Trials are instances of self-affirmation and of great relevance for the authorities and for the theatre of democracy that are broadcast via their propaganda organs, seeking to break down our comrades and hand down exemplary punishments in order to intimidate anyone who dares to rebel in the face of Dominion. It is up to us to transform these instances into an arena of combat and defence for the accused comrades.

If they punish solidarity, we will respond with greater force. Action without limits against the State and all Authority.

FOR A WORLD WITHOUT PRISONS
NATALY, JUAN AND ENRIQUE TO THE STREET

(via Publicacion Refractario, translated by Insurrection News)

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