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(en) Poland, Anarchist Black Cross, Trial continues against Polish Anti-Fascists

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Date Sat, 15 Jan 2005 17:21:32 +0100 (CET)

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Anti-Fascism From the Polish ABC (Anarchist Black Cross):
Antifa 5 trial unfortunately still continues. Despite of acquital by judge of
all 5 defendants, both prosecutor and nazi shithead that accused anarchist filed
an appeal what means another trial. This farce already goes on for 3 years and
it seems that prosecution is really determined to prove those charged guilty.
For us it is clear sign of repression, which easied a bit last year but is still exsisting.
Lapa, anarchist from Bialystok sentenced to 1 year of jail on grevious body harm
charges filed an appeal and was finally acquited after 3 years of court hearings
and lots of money being spent in his defence. We welcomed this verdict with
relief, as Lapa was very close to jail sentence, especially taking in account
that he has suspended sentence for other antifascist actions.

Soja, anarchist from Bialystok, had his trial opened again. Charges are
"violently resisting arrest" and two counts of "insulting a police officer".
Charges are related to police raid on DeCentrum squat in bialystok 3 years ago.
Process was stopped before due to lack of possibility to interrogate all
wintesses, but now police finished new investigation and sent case to court

5 people who took part in anarchist action against visit of Russian diplomat in
Poznan in Septemebr 2004, when convoy of diplomatic cars was attacked by
anarchists, had been finally sentenced by local courts to fines for breaking of
public order (all people got between 30 and 65 euro. It is definitely not such
bad end, as for action like this they could face criminal offences. There are
few more people, that are charged for same event and going to have trials soon.

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