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Category Archives: Damien Camelio
Francia: Solidaridad Incendiaria / Reivindicación de Ataque Incendiario Contra la Gendarmería de Grenoble
[Traducido por Sin Banderas Ni Fronteras desde Insurrection News] 21.09.17: Este jueves a las tres de la mañana, el segundo día del juicio por el coche quemado. Entramos en el cuartel de gendarmería de Vigny-Musset. Se quemaron 6 camionetas de … Continue reading
France: Incendiary Solidarity (Responsibility Claim for the Arson Attack Against the Grenoble Gendarmerie)
21.09.17: This Thursday at three o’clock in the morning, the second day of the burned car trial. We entered the Vigny-Musset gendarmerie barracks. We burned 6 intervention vans and two logistics trucks. More than 1500 square meters of the garage … Continue reading
The comrade Damien Camélio, who was just released from Fleury-Mérogis prison on June 29, was subjected to detention and a serious beating by police officers Grenot, Remond, Cuzon and Lercorvaisier at Saint-Malo from the night of Saturday, July 29, 2017 … Continue reading
A proposal for dialogue, solidarity and attack Incendiary Attack for a Dangerous June As individuals, it is difficult to speak of solidarity because we do not want to express it as a group, but to individuals whose feelings we feel … Continue reading
[Traducido por Sin Banderas desde Insurrection News] *Nota de Sin Banderas Ni Fronteras: Damien Camelio es un irreductible compañero anárquico insurreccional de Francia. Fue detenido en 2014 por las acciones incendiarias del Grupo de Acción Directa Internacional (GADI). Luego de … Continue reading
“It’s May 18th, the date of my parole, but I’m still in the slammer and I’m going to be staying here.
Sentence judge Catherine Ardaillon, left-wing trade unionist, activist at the Evry tribunal and at Fléury-Mérogis prison, has decreed that all the same, for cases like mine, its lucky that there are prisons and therefore adjusting my sentence is out of the question.
Unlike my last sentence, I am not under the yoke of the anti-terrorist law, but in practice it is still applied to me.” Continue reading
We are not soldiers. We are criminals. We have no fatherland, no higher cause, we do not follow any directions other than those of ourselves. On the other hand, we are fighting. To find our lives, explore our freedoms. We fight … Continue reading