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(en) France, Organisation Communiste Libertarie (OCL) - Our lady of the moors - solidarity: a "criminal conspiracy" (fr, pt) [machine translation]

Date Wed, 25 Jun 2014 16:18:14 +0300

Following the demonstration of February 22 in Nantes against the threat of expulsion from the zad and starting work on the airport, we face an ongoing campaign of arrests. New in this country, these arrests are mostly a posteriori, on the basis of video images, calls accusations and crosses with policy files. ---- The event of February 22 was attended by over 50,000 people and 500 tractors. His career was prohibited at the last moment by the Prefect. But thousands of people have decided to brave the red zone and have in fact made and illegally. On the same day police repression, without gas, rubber bullets and grenades, was particularly fierce. 3 people have lost the use of one eye. In the weeks following the event, a political and media demonization campaign was implemented, without success, to divide and weaken the movement. In the end the government had no choice but to put the airport project in stanb-by for an indefinite period and perhaps forever.

But four months later, the state continues to avenge this affront, judicially by isolating individuals and groups that spread fear incarcerated for the greatest number. Twenty people arrested in the weeks and months that followed the demo 'have already gone to trial. One of them was sentenced to a year in prison for having manufactured and used smoke. A demonstration in support of the defendants and injured has already attracted more than 1,500 demonstrators on May 19 Solidarity continues to spread, with calls for rallies in support of two new days of trial defendants on February 22. In this context, two days before the trial on June 19, six new arrests occurred. A young Rennes was arrested Wednesday morning at home, charged for acts of degradation during the demonstration on 22 February. He remained in custody until his appearance before the judge on Thursday. After refusing the immediate appearance, he was released pending trial on July 10.

5 others were arrested Tuesday following a tee control the pan, so-called "routine", the Nantes ring. Among them, R. a people who had to go on trial Thursday and went to Nantes to see his lawyer with friends. After 48 hours in custody, 4 of them are charged with concealment views, soupsçonnées a dark history of flight headlamp, and denial of identification (identification and DNA). Much more serious, they are accused under the pretext of the presence in their car posters call the gathering of 19 and 27 June as well as a toolbox of "criminal conspiracy" in the occurrence "established with a view to committing an armed gathering court of Nantes." They face up to five years in prison for this crime. The Crown sought the remand in custody for two of them arguing about the "lack of guaranteed representation" of one and the "past activist" on the other. In the end the judge confirmed the detention and release of the first of three others, and prohibition of judicial presence in Loire Atlantique until their trial on July 18.

Of the 4 people who went on trial today on charges related to the event February 22, R is charged on the basis of blurry photos, showing a masked person raising his hand toward the city hall and another photo showing someone leaving the local vinci with smoke. R was identified as the person on the basis of political records of the DCRI and a photo of him at age 13. R denied being that person. Simply on the basis of photographs, the judge sentenced him to 9 mpois suspended sentence, ban on travel in Loire Atlantique for two years and a fine of 4500 euros for the damage caused to the town hall. In fact it applied to the letter of the Attorney requisitions. She had recognized the hint that the file was empty, but had placed the decision on a political arguing without qualms, in the absence of more convincing evidence, the judge must take sides anyway between the prosecution and defense.

3 other people were convicted. K, accused of throwing of throwing cobblestones towards the police and arrested in possession of a hammer and chisel, was sentenced to four months suspended sentence accompanied by a bid to 'oeuvé (obligation to find work) and 105 hours of tig. C. accused of involvement in armed crowd and spray cans on police was sentenced to two months with a suspended sentence. G arrested in possession of a hammer was sentenced to one month's reprieve.

After the success of February 22, the inability to expel the newly occupied St. John the mound and prevent routing and construction of a new hangar at Rose Farm, the state may face as revenge a movement that continues to gain momentum. To paralyze the dispute, it is aimed firstly to accept the establishment of new repressive measures. They affect us all and all because they threaten the possibilities of control in general. They are now attacking the supporters and friends of the accused: the manifestations of solidarity become "conspiracies". Today, two hundred people gathered anyway in the court of Nantes.

We do not let the fear take over. More than ever, a massive solidarity must be built to the scale of the movement against the airport and beyond. The next time will be to express June 27, again before the court of Nantes and wherever rallies and actions can be organized.

The protesters on 22 February, the occupiers are the zad, collectives and individuals struggle.
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