(Eng) A-Infos (D) Extra - Nr. 1/August 1996

Robert (101607.2566@CompuServe.COM)
02 Aug 96 18:08:26 EDT


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A-Infos EXTRA
Nr. 1/8 1996

CONTENTS
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- ANARCHIST CHARGED WITH ADVOCATING OVERTHROW OF GOVERNMENT (Section: Anarchism)
- HUMAN-RIGHTS DELEGATION IN TURKEY OBSTRUCTED (Section: Turkey)

ANARCHISM
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We received the following news item through the ANTIFA INFO-BULLETIN from the
1st. August 1996 (Bay Area Coalition for Our Reproductive Rights (BACORR), 750
La Playa # 730, San Francisco, California 94121, Voice: (415) 437-4032, E-Mail:
tburghardt@igc.apc.org). It originates from the US-american newsagency
Associated Press (http://www.nando.net/newsroom/ntn/nation/073196/ Subject:
nation1_18202.html). The translation was done by us.

We have not been able to check the contents of this AP-news item so far.
Therefore we would be grateful for further details on Morelands situation, the
exact course of events, the development of the investigation and the content of
the brochure that Moreland is accused to have distributed.

ANARCHIST CHARGED WITH ADVOCATING OVERTHROW OF GOVERNMENT

Copyright &copy 1996 Nando.net
Copyright &copy 1996 The Associated Press

JONESBORO, Ga. (Jul 31, 1996 4:41 p.m. EDT) -- An 18-year-old self-styled
anarchist who allegedly wrote and distributed a homemade, anti-government
pamphlet has been charged with advocating the overthrow of the U.S. government.

Jason Paul Moreland from suburban Atlanta remained in Clayton County's jail
Wednesday in lieu of $50,000 bond.

Moreland turned himself in Sunday. Authorities obtained a warrant for his arrest
Saturday after the pipe bombing at Centennial Olympic Park, although police say
they don't think he played any role in the crime. Moreland had been under
investigation since July 8.

He told us he was only interested in destroying property, and I don't think he
fully understands the ramifications," Police Lt. Larry Gibson said. "Whatever he
was up to, we wanted to nip it in the bud."

Others allegedly made copies of the pamphlet and distributed it, but police
expect to make no further arrests, police spokesman Doug Jewett said Wednesday.

The pamphlet was laced with anti-police cartoons, obscenities and anarchist
slogans. The one overt reference to violence was an illustration of a Molotov
cocktail.

The charge carries a sentence of one to 20 years in prison and up to a $20,000
fine, Jewett said.


TURKEY
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HUMAN-RIGHTS DELEGATION IN TURKEY OBSTRUCTED
Th., 1st of August

- Contrary to an invitation of the Turkish Minister for Foreign Affairs - Tansu
Ciller - to the international public, a human-rights delegation from Germany was
kept from viewing Turkish prisons. The delegation with members from the PDS
(Party of Democratic Socialism), the GUENEN (GREEN Party) and the AstA (Student
committee) of the Darmstadt Technical Highschool reported that they were denied
entry to the Bayrampasa-Prison as well as to the nine prisoners whose lives are
in danger following the hunger strike of Turkish prisoners.

They also reported that the government had massively violated the agreements
that had led to the ending of the hunger strike. In conversations with
relatives, members of human-rights-associations, doctors and critical
journalists they were told that the agreed returning of prisoners from the
infamous prison in Eskesehir to a prison in Istanbul had not taken place,
prisoners were cuffed during medical transports and mail from relatives was not
being forwarded.

The agreement that was negotiated with the Turkish government by human-rights
activists, lawyers and artists on behalf of the political prisoners has not been
signed by a member of the government yet. Meanwhile the Turkish minister of
justice, Kazan, declared to charge all who were involved in the hunger strike
and hold them responsible for the deaths of their inmates.

On their return the members of the German delegation accused the German
government of becoming an accomplice of this undemocratic torture-state
because of its unscrupulous support. They also held the Turkish Minister of
the Interior, Mehmet Agar, and the Minister of Justice, Sevket Kazan,
responsible for the death of the twelve people who died in the hungerstrike and
demanded that both should be charged by the European Court.

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