France: A small action in solidarity with anarchist Amelia Nicol, incarcerated in the USA

Posted on July 2, 2011

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from non-fides, translated by war on society (we have not translated the text of the leaflet except the closing slogans; follow the link to non-fides for the rest, in French. At the time of this action, word of Amelia’s release from jail had apparently not reached the comrades in France. Amelia is still facing serious charges, see Denver ABC blog for more info):

From Paris to Denver, freedom for all the prisoners of the social war!

Monday, June 27th, 2011, in Paris, in solidarity with anarchist Amelia Nicol, incarcerated in Denver (USA) since May 6th, 2011 and not released, we placed ourselves outside the entrance of a “KFC” restaurant on Ménilmontant (XX district) as well as at the metro entrance, to distribute the following leaflet and to provoke some discussions about the police here and elsewhere who kill, imprison, and torture day after day. Sometime later, we hung a giant banner on the gates of the Belleville metro plaza on which was written “France, USA, Greece, Italy… Everywhere! Freedom for all the prisoners of the social war.” This mini-action is a belated contribution to the international day of solidarity with long-term anarchist prisoners. We dedicate this action in particular to Marie Mason, Eric McDavid and Walter Bond, all persecuted by the “green scare” in the United States.

leaflet distributed:

[background on Amelia’s case omitted by this translator]

Solidarity without borders with Amelia!

From Paris to Denver, freedom for all the prisoners of the social war!

No justice, no peace, no prison, no police.

Some anarchists, in solidarity.
May 201

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