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Condi accosted by CodePink

Portland, 27.10.2007 18:38

Condoleezza Rice appeared agitated but generally unfazed when an anti-war protester waved blood-red hands in her face, accusing the secretary of state of being a "war criminal."

Here's the video..  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va7zZbUQZG0



Arlington Northwest in Olympia

Portland, 27.10.2007 18:38

The local Veterans for Peace chapter brought a grim reminder of war to Olympia. Rows and Rows of markers for the almost 4,000 soldiers killed in Iraq were sobering.

On this gray rainy day, with the colors of the fall subdued, I walked this memorial for those soldiers who have died in Iraq. Whatever your views on the war, this cemetery provided a sad reminder that every death leaves mothers and fathers grieving the loss of their children. The markers filled a large area in Heritage Park. It is impossible for me to imagine how much space would be needed to create markers for all who have been killed in Iraq. Maybe the Mall in DC would have enough space. Maybe if our elected officials could see this reality, they would be moved to end war.

Words cannot capture this--maybe photos will help.



FCC Chair Kevin Martin Proposes Rules to Allow for Greater Media Consolidation

Portland, 27.10.2007 18:38

from DemocracyNow.org .. yet another step of Fascism.. media control
FCC Chair Kevin Martin Proposes Rules to Allow for Greater Media Consolidation

The FCC is proposing to do away with media ownership rules that bar companies from owning both a newspaper and a television or radio station in the same city. In 2003, Kevin Martin voted with the then-FCC chairman to lift the same media ownership rules but the effort was overturned by the landmark Prometheus v. FCC decision. The FCC was ordered to justify the changes and their impact on diversity and localism.

The Chair of the Federal Communications Commission is proposing to do away with media ownership rules that bar companies from owning both a newspaper and a television or radio station in the same city. If approved the new rules could take effect as early as this December.



Tell UCPD and Contra Costa County DA to drop charges against anti-vivisection protestors

Portland, 27.10.2007 18:38

Sunday, October 21, 18 individuals were cited for "disturbing the peace" at the first home demonstration of the afternoon against UC Berkeley vivisection. 4 were taken to jail because they were "previous offenders" (though none had EVER been cited or arrested at a demonstration before this.) The 4 taken to jail were released with a citation after two hours in custody. The other 14 were cited and released at the scene in El Cerrito, CA.

The demonstrators were trailed by 2 UCPD officers in a Prius who were clearly running the show and barking orders at the local El Cerrito cops. Detective Collum, in particular, made it clear that he's been watching this campaign and his goal is to kill it. He's been known to question people, telling them that to participate in residential demonstrations amounts to "stalking" and that "this activity has to cease."

All are set for court December 5 at 1pm in Superior Court at 100 37th ST in Richmond, CA. Please come out and show your support. We need everyone to call the Contra Costa County DA's office and ask them to drop these ridiculous charges. Their number is (925) 957-2200.

We need everyone to also contact UCPD and ask that they stop suppressing the civil rights of demonstrators. Their number is (510) 642-0472. Another number is (510) 642-3184.



Counter Recruitment Protest - Pasadena

LA, 27.10.2007 17:07

Students and neighborhood protesters shut down recruiting center in Pasadena



October 27 Peace March

LA, 27.10.2007 17:07

Saturday's Peace March: Fund Human Needs Not Private Greed



VIDEO-Music to March by this Saturday

Seattle, 27.10.2007 16:38

I made this video to inspire anyone who hasn't made up their mind yet to attend the march in Seattle on Saturday, Oct. 27--one of only 11 cities to sponsor this march. http://www.unitedforpeace.org/



End the War

Seattle, 27.10.2007 16:38

Thousands from all over the Pacific Northwest will hit the streets with one demand - "END THE WAR NOW!" Over 75 groups from around the region have endorsed the mobilization and are working together to organize a massive convergence in Seattle.

When: Saturday, October 27 - 12:00 pm

Where: Gather for Youth Rally at Judkins Park (23rd Ave S & S Dearborn St)
March: Through downtown Seattle
Rally: Occidental Park (Occidental Ave S and S Main St)



Mais uma ocupação de reitoria: agora na UFC

Brasil, 27.10.2007 16:08

REUNI



Guerra sucia

Colombia, 27.10.2007 15:08

Uribe pone otra vez al Polo en la mira de los sicarios



For A New Hope: Why We Took Georgetown

DC, 27.10.2007 14:09

Imagine having payday lenders who prey on entire nations. Imagine having subprime lenders foreclosing not on individual homes but on whole villages and nations, evicting communities and then stripping forests and ecosystems bare Imagine the IMF and World Bank! First audio: WSQT "New Hope" Inspirational http://dc.indymedia.org/usermedia/audio/3/new_hope_why_protest_imf.mp3 Second audio: first 8 min of Georgetown teach-in http://dc.indymedia.org/usermedia/audio/10/dc_educational_speech_segment.mp3



David Horowitz Delivers Bigoted Rambling Speech at GWU

DC, 27.10.2007 14:09

Fascist Huckster Bears Witness Against Self …He was given the chance to speak and what did he do with his chance? He gave a rambling incoherent speech while pacing the stage and moving from one topic to another seemingly with no clear train of thought. Maybe it was the fact that he has been rattled by the ongoing protests and the endless refutations of his work or maybe at the end of the day his message is as weak and incoherent as his speech.



Regional Coalitions Collaborate on National Decentralized Mobilization To End the War in Iraq

United States, 27.10.2007 13:37

On Saturday, October 27th, regional and local "Fall Out Against the War" demonstrations against the war in Iraq will be held all over the country. The national anti-war coalition United for Peace & Justice has called for gatherings in eleven cities, and some smaller local demonstrations have also been planned for those who cannot travel.

Each gathering is the result of extensive, behind-the-scenes labor. In addition to on-the-ground logistics, elaborate transportation plans have been put in place to bring demonstrators from neighboring cities via bus, car, train and even foot. This labor is usually coordinated by a regional coalition, such as New England United and the ad hoc Oct. 27 Stop the War Coalition in Los Angeles. Participants include veterans rights groups, unions, religious institutions, political parties -- as well as thousands of unpaid community volunteers. Photo by Marcus -- Jan27, 2007, Los Angeles

See below for local coverage.

Several independent filmmakers are circulating videos in advance of October 27. Watch them here: "Peace Takes Courage" by Ava Lowery | "Take a Stand" by Robert Greenwald

IMC-US Anti-war Archive



Appel à souscription pour l'achat de café en zone zapatiste

Liege, 27.10.2007 11:07



Across the world, people demand freedom for political prisoners!

Aotearoa, 27.10.2007 07:09

The Global Day Of Action in solidarity with those arrestes, harassed and questioned on and since October 15th has seen over 2000 people take to the streets across Aotearoa, while overseas, solidarity protests took place in many other parts of the world.

Auckland saw around 1000 people take to the streets of the central city, then march to the Remand Prison in Newmarket where many of the prisoners are being held. The protest was addresses by Rongomai Bailey, recently released on bail, amongst others. [ Report + Photos ]

Hamilton saw around 300 people protest in solidarity with the arrestees.

Palmerston North saw around 100 people gather, with a speech from a local activist who was questioned by police. [ Report ]

Wellington had 450 people protesting, with entertaining street theatre.

Christchurch had 300 people marching, with street theatre and haka performed by local Tuhoe. The protest finished with a picnic. [ Report + Photos ]

Overseas, 4 people were arrested (and later released) at a solidarity demo outside the NZ Embassy in Den Haag, Holland [ Report + Photos ]. A dozen people visited the NZ Embassy in Geneva, Switzerland, to voice their protest [ Report ]. Approximately 70 people gathered in Melbourne, Australia to show their solidarity and support for those imprisoned.

If you attended a demonstration (especially one without a report), please write up a report (and post any photos/video you may have) here at Aotearoa Indymedia.

Stand In Solidarity!

The global day of action is not the end. Keep showing your support for the prisoners, their whanau and friends! For more events, check out the Civil Rights Defence events calendar.

  • Everywhere: Any letters emailed to lettersforprisoners[at]riseup[dot]net will printed out and distributed to arrestees. Obviously don't write anything that could negatively impact on you or anyone else! If you can help with processing these letters, please email the crew on the same address. For more information, see http://www.civilrightsdefence.org.nz.
  • Auckland: "Waha Nui" fundraiser for whanau of prisoners, Sunday 28 Oct at 6pm @ Te Karanga Gallery, 208 Karangahape Rd; films, music, korero, koha entry.
  • Wellington: Fundraising gig, Sat 27 Oct, 9pm, Happy, Tory St, featuring Upper Hutt Posse, Mr Sterile Assembly and more. A range of solidarity events are happening over the coming days. [ Upcoming events ].
  • Christchurch: A benefit gig has been organised for Thursday 1st November at the Wunder Bar in Lyttelton. [ Poster ]
  • Dunedin: Picnic on Sunday Oct 28th to discuss the Terrorism Supression Act, Tuhoe history and Parihaka. 12 noon - 2:30pm, Otago Museum Reserve. [ Press releases 1 | 2 ]

Updates

Saturday - A 32 year old woman was granted bail in the Auckland District Court yesterday. The woman, a dancer, has name supression. Another of the accused, Aotearoa Indymedia activist Omar Hamed, is scheduled for a bail hearing on Monday 29th, but it is understood this may be postponed.



San Francisco Protests the International Monetary Fund

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.10.2007 07:08

On Friday, October 19th, Globalize This!, students, and other protesters converged near Montgomery BART, in the heart of the financial district in downtown San Francisco to demonstrate against the policies of the International Monetary Fund, or IMF. Globalize This!, a new grassroots collective that works to promote awareness and take actions against neoliberal policies, had sponsored the event in order to show solidarity with the "October Rebellion," which aimed to disrupt the IMF meeting going on in Washington, DC.



Tre Arrow's Statement on Denial of his Canadain Extradition Appeal

Portland, 27.10.2007 06:08

Hello to everyone. Yes, it's been a while since I've written! Thank you for your continued patience and support. Two seasons have come since my appeal hearing and on Friday (Oct 19) the court of appeal issued their decision regarding my extradition to the U.S. All three judges denied all the arguments my lawyer Jim made on my behalf. If you would like to read the reasons for the decision, go to courts.gov.bc.

I am planning on appealing this decision to the Supreme Court of Canada. As things develop I will keep you informed. At this point, I have no extradition lawyer. Jim Blazina has withdrawn his services, therefore I am seeking a competent and experienced lawyer who is well versed in extradition and international law. If you know anyone who may be able to help with my case please contact: tre@riseup.net , or phone (250)721-5997.



integrante de Indymedia Nueva York asesinado en México

Argentina, 27.10.2007 04:39

Un año sin Brad Will



Córdoba: Movilización de Vecinos y Vecinas de Ongamira

Argentina, 27.10.2007 04:08

Contra los emprendimientos mineros a cielo abierto



poquito de tanto verdad

Houston, 27.10.2007 03:08

HIMC presents: Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad on Nov 3rd



Stop alla repressione!

Switzerland, 27.10.2007 00:07

Nelle scorse settimane un'ondata repressiva si è abattuta su diverse realtà italiane:

- 13 ottobre: a Bologna 5 persone vengono arrestate per essersi opposti alla consegna di una ragazza ubriaca da parte degli sbirri per un trattamento psichiatrico coatto. Due sere più tardi altre 6 persone intente a fare delle scritte di solidarietà vengono fermate, arrestate e processate per direttissima.

- la notte del 14 ottobre un campo rom alla periferia di Torino viene completamente bruciato [1-2-3] con 3 molotov lanciate da "ignoti".

- 15 ottobre: un ragazzo di origini nigeriane si suicida impiccandosi alle sbarre di una cella del cpt di Modena. Tre giorni più tardi un secondo ragazzo, di origine magrebina, si suicida nello stesso cpt.

- 23 ottobre: vengono arrestati in umbria 5 anarchici [1-2-3] accusati dagli inquirenti di atti eversivi.

- 23 ottobre: al processo ai 25 manifestanti accusati di "devastazione e saccheggio" durante il G8 di Genova, vengono chiesti dai PM un totale di 225 anni di carcere [1].

Ma l'ondata repressiva non si ferma al confine italiano. Nella scorsa settimana, in Ticino, due compagni sono stati colpiti da pesanti provvedimenti: due fermi a causa di una scritta solidale con gli arrestati a Bologna. Durante la prigionia la polizia ticinese ha perquisito le loro abitazioni e il luogo di lavoro di uno di loro, sequestrando fra le altre cose computer e telefonini.

Per denunciare questi fatti e la sempre più frequenti montature politico-giudiziare, sabato 27 ottobre alle ore 16 si terrà un presidio sotto il consolato italiano di Lugano.



Santiago del Estero

Argentina, 26.10.2007 19:38

Dramático pedido de un detenido PVVS



October 27 Peace March

LA, 26.10.2007 16:38

October 27 Peace March: Fund Human Needs Not Private Greed



queer rights

Perth, 26.10.2007 15:08

Pride Festival - Party Party Party!



Friends of Brad Will Demand Hold on Mexico Military Aid

NYC, 26.10.2007 14:38

The Friends of Brad Will, a network of friends and associates of Brad
Will, the U.S. journalist, have urged House Speaker Pelosi and Eliot
Engel, the Chair of the Western Hemispheric affairs subcommittee to
oppose U.S. support for Mexican military and police forces. Mr. Will,
the 36 year old reporter, was murdered in Oaxaca, Mexico a year ago,
on October 27th, 2006. Witnesses and photographic evidence implicate
members of the Mexican government, including a police chief.



Protests Against ‘Oil and Gas’ Bank Spreads

Bristol, 26.10.2007 12:07

UWE Students Protest Natwest's Climate Damage UWE Students Protest Natwest's Climate Damage Inspired by Bristol Rising Tide's recent polar bear occupation of the Royal Bank of Scotland HQ in Trinity Quay, UWE Students affiliated with People and Planet today held a demonstration against Natwest for being the largest single UK financier of oil and gas projects around the world. These projects amount to 655 million tonnes of carbon dioxide destined for our already inflamed atmosphere. (more than the UK's total annual emissions). A polar bear begged for spare change from students emerging from Natwest, so she could 'afford' a new home, as her native habitat is of course melting rapidly, partly as a result of the student loan accounts fueling expansion of carbon combusting. Over 600 leaflets were distributed to students staff and faculty, hands were covered with 'oil' and many good conversations were had about the banking sector, energy companies, and climate change. Full article.| UWE Students Protest Natwest's Climate Damage | ‘Climate refugees’ Locked-Up at the 'Oil Bank of Scotland' | Other Climate Related News: Lies, cops, rising tide, and trains | Bristol International Airport: The Gloves Are Off |Contribute An Article | How To Contribute Articles - A Brief Guide | Add To The Calendar



2007 Practical Activism Conference at UCSC

Santa Cruz, CA, 26.10.2007 08:08

The 5th annual Practical Activism Conference at UC Santa Cruz will take place on Saturday, October 27th. Practical Activism is a free, student-led conference providing learning opportunities and tools to create local and global change. There will be workshops, speakers, tabling organizations, creative activism activities, live music, and more. This year's keynote speaker is Angela Davis.



En el marco del conflicto portuario

Argentina, 26.10.2007 06:38

Amenazan a trabajadores y a militantes de organizaciones sociales



EN EL MARCO DEL CONFLICTO PORTUARIO

Argentina, 26.10.2007 05:38

Amenazan a trabajadores y a militantes de organizaciones sociales



Report on Philly's 10000 Men Movement Kick-Off

Philadelphia, 26.10.2007 04:38



Ataques en la frontera

Argentina, 26.10.2007 04:08

Irak: El estado turco arremete contra los kurdos



Ataques en la frontera

Argentina, 26.10.2007 04:08

Irak: El estado turco arremete contra el pueblo kurdo



Fire disaster

LA, 26.10.2007 03:38

Alternate Views of the Fire Disaster



DHS IGNORES FEDERAL JUDGE, MOVES FORWARD ON SAN PEDRO RIVER BORDER WALL

Arizona, 26.10.2007 03:07

Chertoff Uses Waiver Against National Environmental Policy Act



Hoy cortaron la avenida 44 a la altura de la fabrica

Argentina, 26.10.2007 02:38

Despidos masivos en Mafissa



banner

Argentina, 26.10.2007 00:38



&quot;Dignity Not Detention&quot; March on Lindholme

United Kingdom, 26.10.2007 00:08

The "Dignity Not Detention" 3 day march on Lindholme starts today:

  • We start our 3 day march from Sheffield to Lindholme on Friday with a demonstration outside the Home Office in Sheffield, (Milton House, Charter Row S1 3FZ) at 12 noon.
  • We will march, via the Town Hall to Ellesmere Green, Burngreave for a rally at 1.45pm. Then, off to Rotherham where we stay for the night.
  • You can join the march at 9am outside Eastwood Methodist Church in Rotherham on Saturday morning.
  • Saturday night we have a social upstairs at the Tonik Bar, Wood Street, Doncaster
  • You can join the march outside Doncaster Baptist Church, Chequer Road, Doncaster at 9am Sunday
  • Come to the national demonstration at Lindholme "Immigration Removal Centre", A614, Doncaster DN7 6EE, at 3pm, Sunday 28th.



Urewera 17 Update: Bail Denied, Another Police Raid, Another Activist Named, Wellington Activists Moved

Aotearoa, 25.10.2007 23:09

At 12:15 on Thursday, hundreds of people gathered to march in support of 4 of the Urewera 17 prisoners, including Tame Iti, who were appearing in the Rotorua District Court."Flags, drums, banners and a passionate flow of over 700 kaumatua, pakeke, rangatahi and tamariki marched peacefully against the police anti-terror raids which began 15 October." - TangataWhenua.com

Also on Thursday afternoon, the home of 72 year old socialist Jimmy O'Dea, in Bastion Point, was raided by 8 carloads of Police [ Report ]. Jimmy has been a political activist for decades, and was one of the organisers of the union green ban on Bastion Point in the 1970s. Police deny this action was connected to the 'Operation 8' dawn raids but supporters are skeptical. [ Blogs 1 | 2 ]

In Sydney, around 50 people protested outside the New Zealand Consulate-General, with speakers from the local Aboriginal community, anarchists, Maori and socialists. [ Photos ]

On Tuesday independent film-maker Rongomai Bailey was released on bail and his name suppression lifted. On Thursday, another of the Urewera 17 prisoners was publicly named. 19 year old Omar Hamed, an active Indymedia volunteer, faces 3 charges of illegal posession under the Arms Act.

Two of the Wellington prisoners have now been moved to a remand prison in Auckland, where Jamie Lockett was beaten, requiring treatment in hospital. The remaining two Wellington prisoners are still to be moved. The courts decisions to move prisoners from their home areas to remand prisons in Auckland has upset family and friends, who will have to travel long distances to visit and support the prisoners indefinitely, if bail continues to be denied.

Stand in solidarity! Global Day Of Action - Saturday 27th Oct, 12 noon

Organise an event in your centre for the Global Day Of Action now, and post the details here at Aotearoa Indymedia.

  • Everywhere: Any letters emailed to lettersforprisoners[at]riseup[dot]net will printed out and distributed to arrestees. Obviously don't write anything that could negatively impact on you or anyone else! If you can help with processing these letters, please email the crew on the same address. For more information, see http://www.civilrightsdefence.org.nz.
  • Auckland: Demonstration Saturday Oct 27th at 12 noon meeting in Aotea Square. [ Poster ] "Waha Nui" fundraiser for whanau of prisoners, Sunday 28 Oct at 6pm @ Te Karanga Gallery, 208 Karangahape Rd; films, music, korero, koha entry.
  • Hamilton: Protest Oct Sat 27th, meet 12 noon @ Garden Place.
  • Whanganui: Rally and march Saturday October 27th at 12 noon. Meet at the River Traders Market on Moutoa Quay (behind Taupo Quay).
  • Palmerston North: Protest Saturday Oct 27, 1pm @ Corner of the Square and Church st.
  • Wellington: Protest Sat 27th, meet 12 noon @ Midland Park. Bring noisemakers and rage [ Poster ]. Fundraising gig, Sat 27 Oct, 9pm, Happy, Tory St, featuring Upper Hutt Posse, Mr Sterile Assembly and more. A range of solidarity events are happening over the coming days. [ Upcoming events ].
  • Christchurch: A solidarity rally and march will be held in Cathedral Square at 12noon on Saturday Oct 27th, followed by a picnic with live music [ Posters: 1 & 2 ]. A benefit gig has been organised for Thursday 1st November at the Wunder Bar in Lyttelton.
  • Dunedin: Picnic on Sunday Oct 28th to discuss the Terrorism Supression Act, Tuhoe history and Parihaka. 12 noon - 2:30pm, Otago Museum Reserve.
  • Melbourne, Australia: A solidarity demonstration will be held Saturday 27th in Federation Square, 12noon.
  • London, England: Solidarity protest Saturday 27th, 12 noon @ NZ High Comission, 80 Haymarket, SW1Y, Westminster.
  • San Francisco, AZ, USA: The Black Mesa Water Coalition and Native Movement Collective have organised a solidarity protest/fundraiser on Oct 27th, 7pm-12pm at 113 S. San Francisco Flagstaff, AZ.

Donations can be made to the defence fund. See the Civil Rights Defence Committee website for details.



Oppose and Expose David Horowitz and Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week

DC, 25.10.2007 22:09

On Monday October 8, 2007, 7 students from George Washington University took the initiative to counter David Horowitz's "Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week". As part of a creative effort to inspire an apathetic study body, they created satirical flyers of a "typical" Muslim terrorist. The bottom of the flyer clearly indicated their satirical intent, highlighting a link to The Power of Nightmares, a powerful BBC documentary exposing the politics of terror and the erroneous equation of Islam with terrorism. This intervention was meant to raise awareness, reveal the faulty assumptions of Horowitz's divisive campaign, and motivate students to oppose the organized celebration of racism. With fervor that only right-wing interest groups seem able to muster these days, the protest action itself was condemned as "racist" and used as political fodder to suppress criticism of the week. As a result, the students have been unfairly tried in the court of public opinion and this week face internal disciplinary charges by GWU's Student Judicial Services, while the sponsors of and speakers scheduled for "Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week" remain unchallenged. Join World Can't Wait at GWU, this Thursday night, Oct 25, 7pm Unite with others who oppose everything David Horowitz and IFAW are all about....



DNC 08 Denver: Get ready for the largest gathering of anarchists in American history

Miami, 25.10.2007 20:07

DNC 08 Denver: Get ready for the largest gathering of anarchists in American history



Miami &quot;TakeBackTheLand&quot; new strategy - Take Back The Vacant Housing

Miami, 25.10.2007 20:07

Miami "TakeBackTheLand" new strategy - Take Back The Vacant Housing



ΦΥΛΑΚΕΣ

Athens, 25.10.2007 19:09

4 Νοέμβρη: Ημέρα δράσης ενάντια στις φυλακές



Something For The Weekend?

United Kingdom, 25.10.2007 17:08

This Saturday sees the 27th Annual Anarchist Bookfair take place in the Queen Mary University on Mile End Road, and it is set to be one of the biggest yet!

Books, Speakers, Meetings, Workshops, Films, Exhibitions, Food, Creche, and much much more...

There are also quite a few other events happening on and around the bookfair too, 3 of which are parties! Read the full article for more



Rondônia: Reitoria da Universiade Federal Ocupada

Brasil, 25.10.2007 17:08

REUNI



Spanien will nicht mit Basken verhandeln

Germany, 25.10.2007 16:38

Scheinbar hat der baskische Regierungschef Juan José Ibarretxe am 16. Oktober beim Besuch beim spanischen Ministerpräsident José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero in Madrid gegen eine Wand geredet. Offenbar scheiterte er mit dem Versuch, sich auf eine Formel zur Belegung des Jahrzehnte schwelenden Konflikts zu einigen, wie er einst in der Londoner Downing Street für Nordirland zu Stande kam und über welche die Bevölkerung das letzte Wort im Rahmen einer Abstimmung erhalten soll.



Erste Erfolge gegen §129a-Repression

Germany, 25.10.2007 13:38

Der Haftbefehl gegen den Berliner Soziologen und Aktivisten Andrej H. wurde aufgehoben. Er war Ende Juli gemeinsam mit drei weiteren Männern wegen des Vorwurfs der Mitgliedschaft in einer "terroristischen Vereinigung" ("militante gruppe") inhaftiert worden. Am 22. August wurde ihm gegen Kaution und Meldeauflagen eine Haftverschonung gewährt, wogegen die Bundesanwaltschaft (BAW) Widerspruch einlegte. Nun hat der Bundesgerichtshof (BGH) entschieden, dass der Haftbefehl unrechtmäßig war und ihn aufgehoben. Von verschiedenen Seiten wird die Entscheidung als Niederlage für die BAW gewertet.

Das Verfahren nach Paragraf 129a gegen insgesamt sieben Beschuldigte läuft jedoch weiter. Drei von ihnen sitzen nach wie vor unter verschärften Bedingungen in Untersuchungshaft. Die AnwältInnen der Betroffenen und das Einstellungsbündnis fordern die Einstellung des Verfahrens gegen alle sieben Beschuldigten. (Bild: ostblog.de)

Mehr: Einstellungsbündnis | Aussageverweigerung | Gipfelsoli
Blogs: Annalist | Delete 129a | Soliblog
Bisher auf Indy: Repression gegen die Linke geht weiter (08.08.) | §129a in Frage gestellt (30.08.)



3º Dia Nacional de Luta pelo Passe Livre

Brasil, 25.10.2007 13:08

MOVIMENTO PASSE LIVRE



Tenants Censure Housing Management Board

Bristol, 25.10.2007 10:08

"..how much more can Tenants put up with being overshadowed by the voice of a few SELECTED Tenants?" "...how much more can Tenants put up with being overshadowed by the voice of a few SELECTED Tenants?" The Audit Commission slams the new Housing Management Board (HMB). In response, Elected members of the City Wide Tenants Forum call for the resignations from HMB over their decision on a current consultation. Fed Up writes: At the City Wide Tenants Forum held at the Council House on Monday 22nd October at 6pm a motion was raised and passed by majority consensus. The motion read:- It is moved that a motion of censure be passed on the Housing Management Board for their action in withdrawing the City of Bristol Federation from the Tenant Participation consultation process...That the action of the Tenants concerned was so contradictory to the majority view that it makes their position untenable and prejudicial to Tenant Participation in the City in the future........We can only all wait and see, the next Housing Management Board meeting will be in early November. The question is how much more can Tenants put up with being overshadowed by the voice of a few SELECTED Tenants? Full article.| City's Tenants Censure Housing Management Board | Other Housing Related News: Bristol Residents Build Their Own Future | Landmatters Coop gets planning approval! | Housing AssociationsContribute An Article | How To Contribute Articles - A Brief Guide | Add To The Calendar



IN PRISON MY WHOLE LIFE: An interview with William Francome

Philadelphia, 25.10.2007 09:38



Москва: новые жертвы нацистского террора

Belarus, 25.10.2007 08:37




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