Brazilians set fire at consulate in solidarity with Tortuga

Posted on September 26, 2011


From Culmine (September 26, 2011):

Hello dear compas all around the world.

From Porto Alegre in southern Brazil we heard the call for our dear compa Tortuga, and we took the streets at 8:40 a.m. for him.

We started a fire at the entrance to the consulate with lots of gasoline and two tires, just as the consul was arriving. Leaflets were left behind with the following words:

Solidarity and Freedom for Luciano “Tortuga” Pitronello, the 14 anarchists involved in the Bombings Case, and the Mapuche warriors.


We now know his hearing has been postponed, and we remain on alert.

He is certainly not alone.

Long live anarchy!!!