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This is a guest post written by Alejandro Gamez Selma of Red Jurídica and one of Fair Trials’ LEAP members, in response to a previous post about popular indictments in Spain, which you can read here. Popular indictments may be the most curious institution in Spanish criminal...
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This July, the first section of the Criminal Chamber of the National High Court cleared six youths belonging to anarchist group Straight Edge, who had been accused of glorification of terrorism on social media. The prosecution had called for two-year prison sentences. Índice1 Controversial charges...
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On October 20th, our colleague Daniel Amelang will participate in the conference “New Tools of repression against social movements and counter practices in Europe” in Torino (Italy).
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We are proud to announce that our colleague Silvia Beltrán will enter live on BBC News next Monday, April 30th, at 10:30, in order to discuss the conviction of ‘The Wolf Pack’ (“La Manada”), a group of men charged with gang raping a 19 year...
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Extracted from: http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/why-is-the-spanish-government-afraid-of-a-puppet-show The Witch and Don Cristóbal” débuted in January at an anarchist library in Granada, the latest production by the two-man troupe known as Títeres Desde Abajo (“Puppets from Below”). It tells the story of a squatter, the Witch, and an abusive landlord,...
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