UK Repression Newswire Archive
23-10-2008 15:45They applied for bail today, 2 were sucessful, 2 weren't.
23-10-2008 15:14Saturday 25th October, Trafalgar Square,1pm
23-10-2008 14:36A surveillance officer only saw Mr Menezes with a phone and a paper.
A police officer has admitted changing his records to show he did not identify Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes as a failed suicide bomber.
23-10-2008 14:19Bombs against the communal police of Parma: four comrades arrested.
22-10-2008 17:05This is a call for the boycott of employment tibunals which are not defending workers rights but still colluding with a government living at the feet of the gloomy shadow of a now-gone-forever Thatcher.
21-10-2008 17:42Thats right….
I was just on my way to my spot where I like to do some game when I spot 3 dudes with the PUA uniform. I spotted them and went to lean against a wall to see them in action from a distance while I was making sure that they were in fact PUAs.
21-10-2008 15:01'Everyone who buys a mobile telephone will be forced to register their identity on a national database under government plans to extend massively the powers of state surveillance.'
21-10-2008 03:03This is a song made my the Sofia student underground movement. All the songs that we have made has been baned from Tv, Radio and is not allowed to be sold in any music stores. This is the type of Democracy that we have in our country...
20-10-2008 22:12Gabriel Gonzalez was 21 years old when he was sentenced to die for the murder of a pawnshop owner, a crime that he insists he did not commit. Along with Kenneth Foster Jr. and Rob Will, Gabriel co-founded the Death Row Inner-communalist Vanguard Engagement (DRIVE) Movement, which engages in nonviolent, direct action protest to fight for better conditions on death row and in opposition to capital punishment.
Here, Gabriel describes the effects of isolation and segregation on prisoners.
THE U.S. criminal justice system is remarkably ineffective, absurdly expensive, grossly inhumane and riddled with racism. The slaughter of youth of color characterizes many big city police departments. Sentencing practices have led to the imprisonment of over 2 million people in state and federal facilities, with another 3.5 million under other forms of social control.
20-10-2008 18:23Given the short time limit, any help is greatly welcomed to spread this international call widely in your networks and activist medias.
19-10-2008 21:30Colombia Solidarity Campaign London branch meeting
19-10-2008 16:35Demonstration in Westminster against the criminalisation of the possession of pornography which features consenting adults, and for freedom of speech and the freedom of consenting adults to express their sexualities.
19-10-2008 06:55On next Monday 20th October an appeal by Des Kay and Friends of the Earth, against the Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, is due to be heard by five Law Lords.
The Smash EDO/MBM/ITT campaign called another march in Brighton.