repris d’Antidev

Sous le ciel de Bordeaux

Il existe plusieurs règles en prison. Elles se résument la plupart du temps à une question de respect – valeur sacrée entre toutes ici chez les prisonniers. La plus nébuleuse d’entre elles est sans doute l’interdiction formelle de siffler. D’ailleurs, un avertissement suffit à vous couper le sifflet. Les raisons à cette censure diffère à chaque prison : tandis qu’à Maplehurst, en Ontario, on nous expliquais que seuls les êtres libres que sont les oiseaux peuvent laisser entendre leurs chants jusqu’au delà des murs barbelés, à Bordeaux il s’agit plutôt d’un hommage silencieux aux pendus d’autrefois qui ponctuaient de leurs sifflements leurs dernières marches vers l’échafaud qui trône encore dans l’enceinte.
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traducción de Contra Info

Hace poco visitamos el aparcamiento del Ministerio de Seguridad Pública de Quebec en la calle Fullum, 600 (Montreal), rociamos con decapante los vehículos oficiales y pinchamos las ruedas.

El Ministerio de Seguridad Pública de Quebec es responsable, entre otras cosas, de supervisar la policía municipal y provincial, además de las prisiones provinciales. Básicamente, el ministerio es responsable de todos los aspectos de las condiciones de encarcelamiento en Quebec; desde la conducta de la policía hasta los artículos disponibles en la cantina.
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from CLAC
translated from french by sabotagemedia

Montreal, October 4, 2013 – Today at the Montreal courthouse, Guillaume Constantineau and Yuri Couture, two comrades from St. Jerome (near Montreal) pleaded guilty to three charges relating to their participation in the historical mobilizations against the G20 summit in Toronto, the 25, 26 and 27 June 2010. Both will serve six months of imprisonment, starting today, in a provincial jail in the Montreal area (Bordeaux).

Under an agreement reached at the end of plea negotiations between defendants and prosecutors in Toronto, the case of the two accused was transferred to Quebec, sentenced today in Montreal by judge Marc David, and will be served in Quebec. It is also agreed that no period of probation will be imposed following the imprisonment.

In addition, in exchange for a guilty plea on three counts (assault with a weapon on a police officer, possession of a weapon and mischief over $5000 ), the Crown agreed to drop all other charges filed against Yuri and Guillaume (four counts each).

to write to them (address may change):

Guillaume Constantineau
No. PAV078829-13, Aile GG2 DODO
Centre de détention Montréal – Bordeaux
800, boul. Gouin Ouest
Montréal, QC H3L 1K7

Youri Couture
No. DRM510047-10, Aile GG2 DODO
Centre de détention Montréal – Bordeaux
800, boul. Gouin Ouest
Montréal, QC H3L 1K7

depuis CLAC

Montréal, le 4 octobre 2013 – Aujourd’hui au Palais de justice de Montréal, Guillaume Constantineau et Youri Couture, deux militants anticapitalistes de Saint-Jérôme (à proximité de Montréal) ont plaidé coupable à trois chefs d’accusation découlant de leur participation aux mobilisations historiques contre le sommet du G20 de Toronto, les 25, 26 et 27 juin 2010. Tous deux devront purger une peine de six mois d’emprisonnement dans une prison provinciale de la région de Montréal (Bordeaux), à compter d’aujourd’hui.
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from year0

Our comrade Dane Rossman is currently locked up at Toronto West Detention Centre in Ontario, Canada. Dane was extradited June 14th, after being held without bail since February 21st at the Central Arizona Detention Center in Florence, Arizona. Another comrade, Joel Bitar, is currently free on bail in New York, awaiting the start of his trial in Toronto. They are both facing heavy fines and prison time for their alleged participation in breaking windows during the 2010 G20 in Toronto. They are among five Americans that Canada has sought to extradite for such offenses, along with Kevin Chianella, Quinn McCormic, and Richard Dean Morano.
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depuis Guelph ABC
traduit de l’anglais par sabotagemedia

En date d’aujourd’hui le 17 janvier 2012, Alex Hundert est maintenu depuis six jours en isolement (le trou). Il fait face à des accusations institutionnelles (qui sont différentes des accusations criminelles, mais peuvent prolonger sa peine et le faire assigner à du temps punitif dans le trou) provenant d’un refus de passer sous verrous pour protester contre la dégradation générale des conditions dans la prison.

Le refus du de passer sous verrous a eu lieu le samedi 12 janvier, à peu près quatre unités ont participé et leurs revendications étaient de récupérer 30 minutes à la fin de la journée (verrouillage à 19h au lieu de 18h30) pour que les gens puissent avoir plus de temps pour utiliser les téléphones pour appeler leurs familles lorsque les taux sont nettement moins cher. C’est aussi quand les parents et amis sont rentrés du travail et peuvent prendre des appels. À 18h50, après 20 minutes de confrontation, 50 à 60 gardes ont pris d’assaut le secteur et ont fait entrer tout le monde de force dans leurs cellules. Un gars a été plaqué, attaqué et fait sortir du secteur menotté.

Alex a reçu des accusations et a été amené au trou. Conformément à la politique, un détenu au Complexe correctionnel Central North peut être gardé en isolation jusqu’à 10 jours avant une audience ou une interrogatoire. Alex a bon moral et se sent fort.

Écrivez à Alex pour qu’il garde le moral fort:

Alex Hundert
c/o C.N.C.C.
1501 Fuller Ave.
Penetanguishene, Ontario
L9M 2H4 Canada

Jan 222013

from Guelph ABC

As of today, January 17th 2012 Alex Hundert has been held for 6 days in segregation (the hole). He is facing institutional charges (which are different from criminal charges, but can prolong his sentence and assign punitive time in the hole) stemming from a refusal of lock down to protest general degrading of conditions in the jail.

The lock down refusal took place on Saturday January 12th, around 4 units participated and their demands were to reclaim 30 minutes at the end of the day (lockup at 7 instead of 6:30) so people could have more time to use the phones to call their families when the rates are significantly cheaper. That is also when relatives and friends are home from work and can take calls. At 6:50pm, after a 20 minute stand-off, fifty to sixty guards stormed the range and forced everyone into their cells. One guy was tackled, assaulted and dragged off the range in cuffs.

Alex was charged and taken to the hole. According to policy a prisoner at the Central North Correctional Complex can be held for up to 10 days before a hearing or questioning. Alex is in fine spirits and is feeling strong.

Write to Alex to keep his spirits up:

Alex Hundert
c/o C.N.C.C.
1501 Fuller Ave.
Penetanguishene, Ontario
L9M 2H4 Canada

Dec 112012

from Guelph ABC

Mandy Hiscocks was released from jail in Milton, Ontario, on December 3rd. Mandy served almost 11 months in custody for counseling mischief over $5,000 and counseling to obstruct police, at the G20 in Toronto in June 2010.

Thank you to everyone who sent letters, reading materials, & postcards!

Also check out Mandy’s blog here!

from Guelph ABC

On Friday, September 28th, 2012 George Horton was sentenced to 10 months in Jail for his actions during the anti-capitalist demonstrations during the 2010 G20 in Toronto. This will be followed by 2 years probation.
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from anews

Ontario based anarchist Kelly Rose Pflug-Back appeared in court July 19 to finish sentencing. Pflug-Back, 24, had accepted a non-cooperation plea bargain, pleading guilty to six counts of mischief and one of wearing a disguise with criminal intent. Kelly was sentenced to 15 months in prison. Her sentence is reduced by 4 months to a total of 11 months in prison do to time served. Following her prison time she will be on probation for 3 years. This is after already being on house arrest and strict conditions for nearly a year preceding her trials completion.
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Jul 052012

depuis Guelph ABC
traduit de l’anglais par sabotagemedia

Le 26 Juin 2012 Alex Hundert a été condamné à 13,5 mois de prison pour avoir plaidé coupable de conseiller un méfait de plus de 5000 $ et de conseillé à l’entrave du travail de la police. Il est actuellement détenu au Centre de détention de Toronto Ouest, à Toronto. Lire sa lettre ouverte aux supporters (en anglais) http://conspiretoresist.wordpress.com/alex-hundert2/

pour écrire à Alex:

Alex Hundert
Toronto West Detention Centre
111 Disco Rd
Box 4950
Rexdale, ON
M9W 5L6

from Guelph ABC

On June 26, 2012 Alex Hundert was sentenced to 13.5 months in prison for pleading guilty to counseling mischief over $5,000 and counseling to obstruct police. He is currently being held at the Toronto West Detention Centre in Toronto. Read his open letter to supporters below.

Please write to Alex at:

Alex Hundert
Toronto West Detention Centre
111 Disco Rd
Box 4950
Rexdale, ON
M9W 5L6

from conspire to resists

Support Six Nations Land Defenders: an open letter to all those who have supported me
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depuis Montréal Counter-information
traduit de l’anglais par sabotagemedia

Le mois de juin 2012 marque deux ans depuis le sommet du G20 à Toronto et la résistance courageuse démontrée à son encontre. Il marque également la condamnation de notre camarade Charles Bicari à sept mois derrière les barreaux pour avoir fracassé les fenêtres de deux voitures de police, deux magasins et un guichet automatique avec un marteau. Pour marquer l’occasion, nous avons passé quelques soirées à propager des slogans antisystème et de solidarité avec les prisonniers du G20 dans les rues de Montréal.

Solidarité continu avec les prisonniers.ères du G20

Aucun.e camarade laissé.e dans les prisons de l’ennemi sans réponse!

Quelques photos:
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from Montréal Counter-information

The month of June, 2012 marks two years since the G20 summit in Toronto and the courageous resistance shown to it. It also marks the sentencing of our comrade Charles Bicari to seven months behind bars for smashing the windows of two police cars, two stores and an ATM with a hammer. To mark the occasion, we spent a few evenings spreading anti-system and solidarity slogans with the G20 prisoners in the streets of Montreal.

Continued solidarity with the G20 prisoners!

No comrades left in the enemy’s prisons without a response!

Here are some pics
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We learn through their media that a comrade was sentenced in Saint-Jérôme by judge Valmont Beaulieu to seven months of jail for charges related to the G20 in Toronto in 2010.

Charles Bicari has been sentenced after pleading guilty to charges of mischief, theft, wearing a mask with intent, public nuisance and endangering public safety for having smashed the windows of two police cars, two stores and an ATM with a hammer.

some declarations from the juge taken from their Press:

“The courts must exercise wisdom and foresight. They do not have to wait until people die or are injured or that furniture or buildings are destroyed to denounce the unacceptable violence of non peaceful demonstrators”

“These crimes of this nature can not be treated as if they were commonplace incivilities, simple public disturbances, lack of control due to the spontaneous actions of others, or an exaggerated response to expose a social injustice … No court needs expert testimony to understand that rioters call for the police to intervene in large numbers, the cost being paid once again by workers. Because of delinquents, the image of our democracy and the country is distorted… “


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