Category Archives: Korydallos Prison

Greece: Statement of Anarchist Prisoner Panagiotis Z.

Received on 11.09.17: “I read somewhere that in the whole world, in all those millions, there are no two boys or two girls that are same as two drops of water.The same thing happens with revolutionaries. Each one carries in … Continue reading

Posted in Anarchist Prisoners, Greece, Korydallos Prison, Panagiotis Z, Prison Struggle

Greece: Message of Solidarity from Anarchist Prisoners in Korydallos Prison to the Palestinian Hunger Strikers

The struggles of the Palestinian political prisoners are inextricably connected with the overall struggle of the Palestinian people. 70 percent of the Palestinian families have at least one member that has been imprisoned for action against the state of Israel. … Continue reading

Posted in Anarchist Prisoners, Andreas-Dimitris Bourzoukos, Antonis Stamboulos, Argiris Dalios, Athens, Dimitris Politis, Fivos Harisis, Giannis Michailidis, Greece, Grigoris Sarafoudis, Hunger Strike, International Solidarity, Korydallos Prison, Palestine, Political Prisoners, Prison Struggle, Tasos Theofilou

Greece: Pola Roupa & Nikos Maziotis on hunger & thirst strike in defense of their 6 year old child’s rights

  From our comrades in Greece we have learned that during the arrest of comrade Pola Roupa (member of Revolutionary Struggle and partner of the comrade Nikos Maziotis, also a member of Revolutionary Struggle), that the police kidnapped and detained her 6 … Continue reading

Posted in Anarchist Prisoners, Greece, Hunger Strike, Korydallos Prison, Nikos Maziotis, Pola Roupa, Political Prisoners, Prison Struggle, Repression, Revolutionary Struggle, Urban Guerrillas

Greece: New Year’s Eve demonstration outside Korydallos prison

As every year, like this one we celebrated the new year outside Korydallos prison next to our imprisoned comrades. The difference with the previous years is that we managed to stand very close to the women’s prison and to make … Continue reading

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Greece: Anarchist prisoner Tassos Theofilou on his forthcoming appeals trial starting on Nov. 21st

On November 21st, my appeals trial begins after a 9-month postponement and a three year interval since my first instance trial, during which I was sentenced to serve 25 years in prison for the events related to the robbery on … Continue reading

Posted in Anarchist Communist Prisoners, Anarchist Prisoners, Greece, Korydallos Prison, Repression, Tassos Theofilou | Leave a comment

Greece: Statement from CCF Urban Guerrilla Cell in solidarity with the US Prison Strike

“Gentlemen, the Dragon Will Fly Out” In Support of September 9th Mobilization in US Prisons “Gentlemen, the dragon will fly out” is a saying attributed to prisoner George Jackson. On August 21st 1971, holding a pistol, he opened all the … Continue reading

Posted in Against Prison Slavery: Nationwide Prisoner Strike Sept 9, 2016, Anarchist Prisoners, CCF Urban Guerrilla Cell, Christos Polidoros, Christos Tsakalos, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF), Free Alabama Movement, Gerasimos Tsakalos, Greece, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), International Revolutionary Front (FRI), International Solidarity, Korydallos Prison, Michael Kimble, Olga Economidou, Prison Strike, USA | Leave a comment

Conspiracy of Cells of Fire: ‘For Alfredo & Anna – Until We Meet’ (Greece / Italy)

Note from Insurrection News: Since the following text was written it has been announced that the imprisoned anarchist comrades in Italy, Alfredo Cospito and Anna Beniamino both ended their hunger strikes on October 22nd after prison authorities eased their isolation … Continue reading

Posted in Alfredo Cospito, Anarchist Prisoners, Anna Beniamino, CCF Urban Guerrilla Cell, Christos Tsakalos, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF), George Polydoros, Gerasimos Tsakalos, Greece, Hunger Strike, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), Italy, Korydallos Prison, Olga Economidou | Leave a comment