List of prisoners

For 2019 we have compiled list of prisoners that you can use for your events. The list is actual as of August 2019.

If you see that some prisoners are missing, please send us the short description and the current valid address of the person, and then they will be added to the list.

List of Prisoners 2020
Updated: June 2020

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Alfredo Cospito
Alfredo Cospito and Nicola Gai were arrested on September 14th, 2012 and accused of shooting Ansaldo Nucleare manager and Finmeccanica affiliate, Roberto Adinolfi, in the knees – an action carried out by Olga nucleus FAI/FRI in May 2012. In May 2015, their sentences were reduced, Alfredo’s to 9 years and 5 months in prison, Nicola’s to 8 years and 8 months. 
In September 2016, they were declared suspects in a new case of participation in an underground organization with terrorist intentions (Informal Federation of Anarchists). In April 2019, Alfredo was sentenced to 20 years, held responsible for the possession and transport of explosives in relation to the bomb in Parco Ducale near the Parma RIS (“scientific investigation department” of Carabinieri) of 24 October 2005 (acquitted of the crime of attack because “crime impossible” because the switch of the bomb was off), of the explosive envelope sent to the then mayor of Bologna Cofferati in 2 November 2005 (convicted of the bombing plus “possession and transportation of explosives”), of attacks with multiple explosive devices at the Carabinieri school of Fossano on June 2, 2006, and in the Crocetta district in Turin in 7 March 2007 (crime of “massacre aggravated by the fact that the goal would have been the police” and acquitted of the aggravating circumstance of political motivation), of sending explosive parcels to the then mayor of Turin (Chiamparino), to the editor of the newspaper “Torino Cronaca” (Giuseppe Fossati) and to COEMA Edilità (company involved in the restructuring of the CIE, “identification and expulsion center” for migrants) in July 2006. He is also indicated as promoter of the FAI (Federazione Anarchica Informale), recognized as a “subversive association with terrorism purposes”. The aggravating circumstance of trans-nationality has fallen.
Casa Circondariale Ferrara
Via Arginone 327
ΙΤ-44122 FE
Italy

Anastasia Safonova
Safonova was arrested in April 2020 on charges of dropping a banner on a fence surrounding the FSB building in Chelyabinsk back in 2018. Two years ago she and her partner Dmitry Tsybukovski were detained and tortured them but couldn't prove the case and it was closed. Later the police reopened the case on new charges.
Safonova Anastasia Viktorovna, 1991
FKU SIZO-3 GUFSIN Rossii po Chelyabinskoy obl.
456205, ul. Artilleriyskaya, 66A, Chelyabinsk
Russia

Andreas Krebs
Andreas is a former rebel long-term prisoner and anarchist, who was 16 years behind bars until October 2014. Now he is back in the clutches of justice.In autumn 2014, after his release, he met his current wife Jutta. Both decided to spend a quiet retirement in the south of Italy. At the end of December 2016 there was a dispute with his former employer, who attacked Andreas and strangled him. Andreas stabbed him in self-defencewith a penknife. Sadly, the victim died in the hospital three days later under mysterious circumstances, although it was said shortly after the act that he would survive. In April 2019 he was sentenced in Italy to 24 years for intended murder. In addition, Andreas has recently been diagnosed with kidney cancer. His health is deteriorating and we fear for his life. Actually, he should undergo surgery months ago, but the Italian authorities refuse to transfer him to a hospital.
Andreas Krebs 
Sez. 1 Stz.1
Sez. Mediterraneo (CASA CIRCONDARIALE SECONDIGLIANO)
Via Roma Verso Scampia, 250, 
Cap 80144 Napoli (NA),
Italy

Azat Miftakhov
Anarchist Azat Miftakhov was detained by law enforcement officers on the morning of February 1, 2019 on suspicion of making explosives. He was held for twenty-four hours at the Balashikha police station, where law enforcement officers tortured him, demanding that he make a full confession. Only on the evening of February 2 was Miftakhov officially detained and sent to the Balashikha Temporary Detention Facility. 
On February 4, however, a court refused to remand him in custody due to a lack of evidence. Over the next three days, police investigators were unable to muster any evidence against Miftakhov, and so, on February 6, he was released from the temporary detention facility without charge. 
As Miftakhov was leaving the detention facility, he was detained by men in plain clothes and taken to the Interior Ministry’s headquarters for Moscow’s Northern Administrative Division, where he was told he had been detained in another case, an investigation of alleged disorderly conduct outside the United Russia office in Khovrino on January 13, 2018. An investigation into vandalism had been opened in January 2018, but Russian law does not stipulate remanding vandalism suspects in custody during investigations. Miftakhov denies the charges against him. He believes he has been framed because of his anarchist views.
Miftakhov Azat Fanisovich, 1993
ul. Novoslobodskaya, 45, PKU SIZO-2
127055, Moscow,
Russia

Bill Dunne
Bill Dunne arrested in 1979 when he and Larry Giddings attempted to free fellow revolutionary Artie Ray Dufur. The two successfully freed Artie, but were arrested after an exchange of fire with police as they were fleeing the scene. Bill and Larry were charged with auto theft and aiding and abetting the escape, for which Bill received an 80-year federal prison sentence. In 1983, Bill attempted to escape prison and was sentenced to a further 15 years in prison. Bill spent seven and a half years in lockdown at the infamous maximum security Marion prison for his attempted prison break.
Bill Dunne #10916-086
FCI Victorville Medium I
PO Box 3725
Adelanto, California 92301
USA

Brandon Baxter
Participant of the Cleaveland 4 case who was sentenced to 9 years and 9 months for plotting a series of bombings.
[Note: We are no longer listing Brandon Baxter because he has repeatedly been manipulative and abusive toward women who have offered him support, and has refused to take responsibility for his behavior. See also anarchist prisoner Eric King’s statement.]

Casey Brezik
Casey Brezik is an anarchist from the Kansas City area. In 2010, anarchist Casey Brezik tried to assassinate the governor of Missouri. In June 2013, he was convicted and sentenced to a dozen years on each of three counts – assault and two armed criminal action charges – and seven years on a second count of assault. All sentences will run concurrently.
Casey Brezik #1154765
WRDCC
3401 Faraon
St. Joseph, MO 64506
USA

Christos Rodopoulos
Most of the CCF prisoners are currently involved in a series of new trials dealing with the 250 bombings and arsons between 2008 and 2011 alleged against the organisation (including attacks on the Golden Dawn’s offices, the Athens Administrative Court, and Koridallos prisons), as well as the sending of a series of 14 parcel bombs. All are also under investigation concerning the 'Phoenix' project and the 'Operation Ardire' case. On July 8, 2016, the Koridallos prison court – presided over by special judge Asimina Yfanti – convicted all members of the anarchist revolutionary organisation Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF).
Christos Rodopoulos was sentenced to 75 years in prison.
Sofronistiko Katastima Domokou
TK 35010
Domokos
Fthiotida
Greece

Claudio Lavazza
Claudio Lavazza has spent his entire life in the underground anarchist struggle, taking part in armed attacks, expropriations, liberations of other combatants and in diffusing anarchist propaganda in many ways in Italy and elsewhere. He was arrested in 1996, in a bank robbery in Cordoba (Spain), during which two cops were
shot dead.
The comrade has a whole of 118 years prison sentence· 11 years for an armed occupation of the Italian consultant’s office in Malaga, in order to send a message of solidarity to the anarchists prosecuted for the “Marini” case in Italy, 77 years from Italian courts and 30 years from a court in France.
n. ecrou 445097 D5-2G-₵44
MAH de Fleury-Mérogis
7, Avenue des peupliers
91700 Fleury-Mérogis
France

Davide Delogu
An anarchist from Sardegna, convicted for 18 years for robbery and attempted murder. In 2011 made an unsuccessful attempt to run away from prison and has another case started because of it. On May 1, 2017 made another attempt to escape from prison, but failed again. He was put in isolation for half a year, and the anarchist went on hunger strike.
C. C. di Palermo Pagliarelli “Antonio Lorusso”
piazza Pietro Cerulli 1
90129 Palermo
Italy

Dimitra Valavani
On January 29, 2020, anarchists Giannis Michailidis, Konstantina Athanasopoulou and Dimitra Valavani were arrested in Agia Paraskevi following their pursuit by the anti-terrorist unit. G. Michailidis was sought by the police authorities because of his escape from Tyrintha prison in June 2019 and K. Athanassopoulou for escaping before the announcement of a court order (he was arrested in January 2019, along with the fugitive then Pola Roupa, a member of the urban guerrilla anarchist Revolutionary Struggle, and claimed herself as a member of the organization. After being released on bail, she decided to flee and being in hiding in 2019 was sentenced in absentia to 35 years and 6 months of prison), and D. Valavani was beaten by cop agents.
Comrade G. Michailidis took full responsibility for the weapons found in the car they were driving.
Dimitra Valavani
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou
Gynaikeies Fylakes, (women prison)
T.K. 18110
Korydallos
Athens
Greece

Dmitry Tsybukovsky
Dmitry was arrested in April 2020 on charges of dropping a banner on a fence surrounding the FSB building in Chelyabinsk back in 2018. Two years ago he and his partner Anastasia Safonova were detained and tortured them but couldn't prove the case and it was closed. Later the police reopened the case on new charges.
Tsybukovsky Dmitry Aleksandrovich, 1993
FKU SIZO-1 GUFSIN Rossii po Chelyabinskoy obl.
454006, ul. Rossiyskaya 53A, Chelyabinsk
Russia

Doug Wright
The Cleveland 4 were four Occupy Cleveland activists, Brandon, Connor, Doug and “Skelly.” The four were arrested on April 30th, 2012 and accused of plotting a series of bombings, including that of an area bridge. The reality is that the FBI, working with an informant, created the scheme, produced the explosives, and coerced these four into participating. Connor, Doug, and Brandon took non cooperating plea deals and pleaded guilty to all charges. The judge applied a “terrorist enhancement” charge to each of them. Doug is serving 11.5 years, Brandon 9 years 9 months, and Connor 8 years 1 month. Skelly took his case to trial acting as his own lawyer. He was found guilty on all counts by his jury and sentenced to 10 years. The four have appealed their cases and lost.
Doug Wright #57973-060
USP Victorville
P.O. BOX 3900
Adelanto, CA 92301
USA

Egor Lesnykh
Egor is a punk rocker, animal rights defender and food not bombs activist who was sentenced to 3 years of prison for allegedly attacking a policeman during a protest action that took place on July 27, 2019.
Lesnykh Egor Sergeyevich
SIZO-2, ul. Krasnaya, 31
171640, Tverskaya obl., g. Kashin,
Russia

Eric King
Eric was arrested and charged with an attempted firebombing of a government official’s office in Kansas City, MO. Eric allegedly threw a hammer through a window of the building and then threw two lit bottles inside, though both failed to ignite. He was identified as a suspect by local police because he had previously come under suspicion for anti-government and anti-police graffiti. Eric is allegedly involved with the Kansas City Fight Back insurrectionist collective.
In his own words.
"My name is Eric. I’ve been an anarchist since about the age of 17; of course developing and maturing my views as I have grown. I am very active in the LGBQT, Earth, Animal, Antifa and other communities. I have organized Food Not Bombs, rallies against the Klan, and many others in support of human rights, anti-capitalism, animal rights, etc! I am an insurrectionist now. I believe that revolution starts in our own minds and once you are personally ready, then everyone has something they can do. 
I value and support the solidarity and comradery received from the community now when I need it most. There is a warm feeling you get from knowing that you committed your life to something larger than yourself and getting warm wishes, kindness, and positive words which can really help someone out of a dark day. I am getting indicted this week and hopefully will be outside sooner or later. Books, stamp money, envelope money and letters would be greatly appreciated if your able and if not keep up the struggle. With love and support, EK (A) (///)" 
Eric accepted a non-cooperating plea agreement in March 2016 to a federal felony charge that carries a sentence of 10 years in prison. The charge is 18 U.S.C. § 844(h), use of explosive materials to commit arson of property used in or affecting interstate commerce. On June 28, 2016 Eric was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison in the federal district court in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
Eric King #27090-045
FCI Englewood
9595 West Quincy Avenue
Littleton, CO  80123
USA

Evgeny Karakashev
On February 1, 2018, Karakashev was detained, and on February 2, 2018, arrested on suspicion of committing crimes under Part 1 of Art. 282 (the incitement of hatred and enmity) and Part 2 of Art. 205.2 (public calls for terrorism) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the investigation, Karakashev published a video on one of his pages in social network «VKontakte» at the end of 2014, which allegedly calls for terrorism. In addition, according to the order, in January 2017, he posted from another account in a chat room for 35 people a text that contains signs of “propaganda of the ideology of violence” and “calls for terrorist activities”. In April 2019, he was sentenced to 6 years of prison.Karakashev Evgeni Vitalevich, 1978
Karakashev Evgeny Vitalyevich, 1978
ul. D.A. Mizieva, 1
361424, KBR, Chegemskiy rayon, p. Kamenka
Russia

Fotis Tziotzis
On 24/02/16 began the trial of anarchist Fotis Tziotzis who is accused of armed robbery and attempted homicide of DIAS cops. A month after the arrests a snitch, also accused of the robbery, gave the comrade’s name and signed everything the cops told him to. The last pieces of the puzzle were filled in by well-wishing citizens and cops, who with their testimonies contributed once more to a vengeful arrest of a comrade.
Excerpt from the first letter of anarchist Fotis when he was arrested.
“In the early hours of Tuesday 12/05/2015, while eating with a friend at a restaurant, I am detained by cops of the ‘crimes against life and property’ force and taken to the Thessaloniki police headquarters. There, after a few hours I am informed that I am accused of armed robbery of a supermarket and attempted homicide against police. I deny all charges and refuse to cooperate with them at any level, a fact that led them to add contempt to the charges since I refused to give them a DNA sample or fingerprints. 
They will not break me this time either.
We continue with head held high.
Strength and freedom to the real fighters.
Dikastiki Fylaki Larissas
TK 41110
Larissa
Greece

Francesco Puglisi
Sentenced to 14 years of jail in 2012 for "devastation and looting" as well as related accessory crimes, for the clashes during the G8 summit in Genoa in 2001. He went on the run, but was arrested again in June 2013 in Barcelona and then extradited by the Spanish State.
Casa Circondariale Roma Rebibbia – Nuovo Complesso
Via Raffaele Majetti, 70 – 00156 Roma
Italy

Gabriel Pombo da Silva
After a year and a half in hiding, anarchist Gabriel Pombo Da Silva was arrested on January 25, 2020 in Portugal and was locked in the cells of the judiciary of Porto waiting for extradition. The Girona prosecutor’s office intends that Gabriel spends another 16 years in jail due to the interpretation of a fusion of non-existent penalties. In May 2020, he was handed over to the Spanish State and is currently in the prison in Badajoz (Extremadura region). He will have to stay 14 days in compulsory quarantine and then might be transferred to another prison. So more information will follow.
Gabriel Pombo Da Silva
Carretera de Olivenza, km 7.3
06001 Badajoz — España

Giannis Dimitrakis
On 12 June, 2019, anarchists Giannis Dimitrakis and Kostas Sakkas were arrested along with the anarchist Dimitra Syrianou (who was later released on restrictive terms) for the expropriation of a guarded money transport that was about to refill an ATM at the university hospital AHEPA.
Giannis Dimitrakis
Sofronistiko Katastima Domokou
TK 35010
Domokos
Fthiotida
Greece

Giannis Michailidis
On January 29, 2020, anarchists Giannis Michailidis, Konstantina Athanasopoulou and Dimitra Valavani were arrested in Agia Paraskevi following their pursuit by the anti-terrorist unit. G. Michailidis was sought by the police authorities because of his escape from Tyrintha prison in June 2019 and K. Athanassopoulou for escaping before the announcement of a court order (he was arrested in January 2019, along with the fugitive then Pola Roupa, a member of the urban guerrilla anarchist Revolutionary Struggle, and claimed herself as a member of the organization. After being released on bail, she decided to flee and being in hiding in 2019 was sentenced in absentia to 35 years and 6 months of prison), and D. Valavani was beaten by cop agents.
Comrade G. Michailidis took full responsibility for the weapons found in the car they were driving.
Giannis Michailidis
Malandrinou prisons (Κ.Κ. Μαλανδρίνου)
T.K. 33053
MALANDRINO
FOKIDAS
GREECE

Giorgos Petrakakos
In his own words:
"On September 24th and about 9 years after I had to violate my probation, I was arrested outside my house in Volos together with my wife Maria Theofilou right before the eyes of our two infant children.
It is true that I have participated in some bank robberies, however I have not participated in all the ones I am accused of, or I will be accused of. The robberies I participated in were always well organized and demanded many months of planning therefore even if I wanted to, I could not be involved in so many. Despite all this, by choice I limited myself to those which were sufficient in order for me survive and secure my safety in the tough, demanding and for practical reasons expensive life someone who is wanted lives.
I have met anarchist fighters in my two previous prison terms and I befriended some of them. I admire the anarchists, I respect their struggle, I consider them the most sensitive part of society and I believe that they have the just on their side. But I do not bother with politics, I chose my own lonely path and my only relation with revolutionary organizations is that like all people I am glad when they carry out an attack. As for the court taking place this period concerning the actions of the Revolutionary Struggle, the only “charge” I accept despite the lack of credible evidence, is that of participation in the robbery of Eurobank in Akrata, which of course has nothing to do with Nikos Maziotis and the Revolutionary Struggle in general."
On February 15, 2016 began the second trial concerning robberies accused of since 2002. The sentence from this case of up to 25 years will run consecutively with the previous sentence of 36 years.
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Eidiki Pteryga
TK 18122
Korydallos
Athens
Greece

Giovanni Barcia                   
The Malaga court of appeal sentenced the anarchists Giovani Barcia, Michele Pontolillo and Claudio Lavazza, already sentenced to 11 years on September 1999, for an incident in the Italian vice-consulate in December 1996. Three persons wearing balaclavas imprisoned the consul and an employee, sending a message of solidarity to the Italian prisoners jailed by the Judge Marini (the judge who built a false accusation against Italian anarchists) and disappeared with passports and some money. These three Italians were convicted of this, as well as a previous bank robbery with sentences of 49 years for Claudio, 48 years for Giorgio and Giovanni, 3 years for Michele.
via Arginone, 327
44122 Ferrara
Italy

Jared Chase
Nato 3: arrested on May 16, 2012 in the lead up to the anti-NATO protests in Chicago, Illinois. In January 2014 they were found guilty of possession of an incendiary device with the intent to commit arson, possession of an incendiary device with the knowledge that another intended to commit arson and mob action. They were given sentences ranging from 5 to 8 years. In November 2014, Brian Church was released on parole and in May 2015 Brent Betterly was also released. 
In April 2016, Jared was sentenced to an additional year in prison for squirting a shampoo bottle of his human waste at a correctional officer. Jared said in a letter that he acted out when he did not receive the special diet or vitamins prescribed for Huntington’s disease, which is hereditary and marked early on by personality changes, irritability, impulsiveness and impaired judgment.
Jared Chase #M44710
Dixon Correctional Center
2600 North Brinton Ave
Dixon, IL 61021USA

Jennifer Amelia Rose
Jennifer Amelia Rose is an anti-authoritarian trans woman and insurrectionist amazon held captive for over 25 years for armed robberies and a 1995 attack on a district attorney and associate prison warden. She took part in the 1991 Folsom Prison hunger strike, after which she was beaten and tortured, convicted for armed resistance, and sentenced to multiple 25-to-life sentences under the Three Strikes Law. She has spent over ten years in solitary confinement at Folsom and the Pelican Bay Secure Housing Unit. Despite all of this, Jennifer continues to struggle for freedom, remaining a committed anti-authoritarian, anti-imperialist, anti-racist, anti-fascist, and anti-capitalist.
Jennifer Amelia Rose #E-23852
Salinas Valley State Prison D3-1250
P. O. Box 1050
Soledad, CA 93960-1050
USA

Jeremy Hammond
Jeremy Hammond is an anarchist computer hacker from Chicago. He is the founder of the computer security training website HackThisSite, created in 2003 following his graduation from Glenbard East High School.
On March 5, 2012, Hammond was arrested by FBI agents in Bridgeport, Chicago ahead of an indictment unsealed the following day in the Lower Manhattan federal district court. He is one of six individuals from the United States, England and Ireland indicted, due to a cooperating witness known online as Sabu.
In November 2013, he was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for leaking the personal information of 860,000 customers of private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting (Stratfor) through the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks. This information revealed that Stratfor spies on activists, among others, at the behest of corporations and the U.S. government.
Jeremy Hammond, #151960859
Grady County Jail
215 North 3rd Street
Chickasha, OK 73018

Joaquín Garcia
Joaquín has been convicted for bombing a prison guard training facility in San Bernardo, Chile, along with his comrade Kevin Garrido. They both were arrested the day of the bombing, November 19, 2015, and were held in prison until September 2018, when the court sentenced Kevin to 17 years, and Joaquín to 13. On November 2nd, 2018, Kevin was murdered in prison by another prisoner.
In 2016, while awaiting sentence, Joaquín attacked the former boss the intelligence police during the Pinochet dictatorship inside the prison they both were held in.
Unidad Especial de Alta Seguridad
Cárcel de Alta Seguridad
Modulo H Norte
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt
Santiago
Chile

Joshua Stafford
The Cleveland 4 were four Occupy Cleveland activists, Brandon, Connor, Doug and “Skelly.” The four were arrested on April 30th, 2012 and accused of plotting a series of bombings, including that of an area bridge. The reality is that the FBI, working with an informant, created the scheme, produced the explosives, and coerced these four into participating. Connor, Doug, and Brandon took non cooperating plea deals and pleaded guilty to all charges. The judge applied a “terrorist enhancement” charge to each of them. Doug is serving 11.5 years, Brandon 9 years 9 months, and Connor 8 years 1 month. Skelly took his case to trial acting as his own lawyer. He was found guilty on all counts by his jury and sentenced to 10 years. The four have appealed their cases and lost.
Joshua Stafford #57976-060
USP McCreary
P.O. BOX 3000
Pine Knot, KY 42635USA
[Address envelope to Joshua Stafford, letter to Skelly]

Juan Aliste Vega
Marcelo Villarroel, Freddy Fuentevilla and Juan Aliste Vega were arrested in 2009 after a long international manhunt, accused of the robbery of a Santander Bank and the murder of a cop in October 2007. On July 2, 2014, the 3 comrades were sentenced in their absence, having refused to assist in the judicial show, and gave their disposition by video link. Juan was sentenced to 18 years for the homicide of Moyano + 10 years for attempted homicide on the cop Abarca + 14 years for the assault on Santander Bank in Valparaiso and Banco Security for a total of 42 years.Juan Aliste Vega
Unidad Especial de Alta Seguridad
Cárcel de Alta Seguridad
Modulo J
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt
Santiago
Chile

Juan Antonio Sorroche Fernandez
Juan went underground in 2017 after a warrant for his arrest was issued. He was sentenced to one-year imprisonment for false identity on the occasion of an inspection in Val Clarea (Val di Susa). With more trials open and several extra years in prison, he decided to go underground and released a Communiqué from Freedom.
Juan was arrested on May 22 in Brescia, along with Manu who is being charged with the aiding and abetting. In addition, Juan is accused of unionism with the aim of terrorism and / or the overthrow of the democratic order, a terrorist act with deadly and explosive devices, massacres (§285) for the attack against the party office of "Lega Nord" in Treviso in August 2018, as well as the possession of forged documents (§497bis) and carrying weapons (due to a small knife, §4 of the Law 110/75) accused. Manuel was transfered under house arrest in March 2020.
Juan Antonio Sorroche Fernandez
Casa Circondariale di Terni
Strada delle Campore, 32
05100 – Terni (Italy)

Juan Flores
Juan Flores is serving a sentence of 23 years, having been convicted by the Chilean state for incendiary attacks in 2014 claimed by the Conspiracy Cells of Fire & International Conspiracy of Revenge. On July 23, 2014 a CCF cell bombed “The Dominicans” station of the Santiago Metro, and on September 8, 2014 a shopping mall in Las Condes. In both instances, measures were taken to ensure the bombs would not hurt anyone, but in the former a bag containing the bomb was moved by a Metro employee, and in the latter the police ignored a warning call the CCF cell made 10 minutes before the bomb was set to go off. As a result, the attacks ended up injuring people, so the Chilean state was able to claim they were meant to terrorize the population, and used an anti-terrorism law to obtain maximum sentencing on March 15, 2018 after proclaiming Juan guilty of both attacks. Two other comrades, Nataly Casanova and Enrique Guzman, were initially charged alongside Juan, but after over three years of imprisonment and criminal proceedings were found not guilty on all counts.
Juan Flores Riquelme
Unidad Especial de Alta Seguridad/Cárcel de Alta seguritad
1902 Avda. Pedro Montt
Santiago, Chile

Kostantina Athanasopoulou
On 29/1/20, anarchist Giannis Michailidis, Konstantina Athanasopoulou and Dimitra Valavani were arrested in Agia Paraskevi following their pursuit by the anti-terrorist unit. G. Michailidis was sought by the police authorities because of his escape from Tyrintha prison in June 2019 and K. Athanassopoulou for escaping before the announcement of a court order (he was arrested in January 2019, along with the fugitive then Pola Roupa, a member of the urban guerrilla anarchist Revolutionary Struggle, and claimed herself as a member of the organization. After being released on bail, she decided to flee and being in hiding in 2019 was sentenced in absentia to 35 years and 6 months of prison), and D. Valavani was beaten by cop agents.
Comrade G. Michailidis took full responsibility for the weapons found in the car they were driving.
Kostantina Athanasopoulou
Eleonas Women’s Prison
Thebes
T.K. 32200
Greece

Konstantinos Giagtzoglou
Anarchist comrade Konstantinos Giagtzoglou was arrested on October 28th 2017, while exiting a hideout rented by him under a false identity and while transferring guns and explosive materials. Ntinos is accused of being a member of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire and for sending parcel bombs to various E.U. officials including the former prime minister of Greece, Loukas Papadimos. The cops’ accusations are based on a mixed DNA sample and on the fact that Ntinos was visiting a former anarchist prisoner in Korydallos prison in early 2013. The comrade stated that both renting the flat and transferring the equipment were part of “revolutionary solidarity” and denies all other charges.
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou
Ediki  Pteryga
T.K. 18122
Korydallos,Athens
Greece

Kostas Sakkas 
Arrested on December 4, 2010 in Nea Smirni case (possession of weapons and explosives). In January 2014 released on bail and went on the run. In December 2014 was sentenced in absentia to 16 years. Was rearrested with Marios Seisidis in August 2016 and sentenced to 2 years and 9 months for using forged documents and car registration plates, car theft and disobedience to authorities. On June 12, 2019, Sakkas was arrested in Thessaloniki with Giannis Dimitrakis and Dimitra Syrianou, during expropriating a guarded money transport that was about to refill an ATM at the university hospital AHEPA.
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – A'Pteryga,
TK 18110
Korydallos
Athens
Greece

Ladislav Kuc
He is an animal liberation activist sentenced in 2014 to 25 years on charges of "illegal possession of weapons, packing explosives and terrorism" following an explosion in a McDonald's in 2011. He is also accused of other explosive attacks against hunting turrets, letter-bombing against a veterinarian and the Tesco Stores company, as well as threatening letters to the University of Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacology and the newspaper Sme. In May 2016 the charge of terrorism was dropped, so Ladislav is awaiting a new sentence.
Florianska 18
PS-C12
04142 Kosice
Slovakia

Leonardo Landi
Anarchist Leonardo Landi was arrested on 26 February 2019 following a cassation sentence relating to a trial for a robbery that took place in 2007 for which some anarchists were arrested and investigated in the context of Operation Ardesia. He was sentenced to a residual sentence of 2 years and 8 months. The other convicted defendants have already served their sentences.
C. C., nuovo complesso
Contrada Cocari
89900 Vibo Valentia
Italy

Lisa Dorfer
On June 7, 2017, our companion Lisa was sentenced to 7 ½ years in prison. She allegedly participated in Bank robberies in Aachen in the years of 2013-2015. One of the main evidence against Lisa was that she is an anarchist.Lisa Dorfer
Centre Penitenciari de Dones de Barcelona – Wad-Ras
Carrer Doctor Trueta 84
08005 Barcelona,
Spain

Maddalena Calore
Anarchist comrade Maddalena ‘Madda’ Calore is back in prison following her arrest under a warrant from a previous case (she was released from prison in March 2013 following a previous period in prison). During the search of her home on March 3, 2017 the police allegedly found ‘compromising’ evidence, namely a toy air gun and 5 firecrackers, items that the Italian press reported as “a pistol” and “5 sticks of dynamite capable of blowing up a car”.
Casa Circondariale di Uta
Strada II Ovest – 09010 Uta (Cagliari)
Sardegna Italia

Marios Seisidis
Comrade Marios Seisidis has been acquitted of six of the robberies that he had been accused of but was found guilty of the bank heist at Solonos street and three consecutive ‘attempted murder’ charges (concerning the bank guard and two police officers). He has been sentenced to 36 years imprisonment in total.
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou
A. Pteryga,
TK 18110,
Korydallos,
Athens
Greece

Marius Mason
Long-time activist in the environmental and labour movements. In March 2008, he was arrested by federal authorities for charges related to two acts of property destruction that occurred in 1999 and 2000; no one was injured in either of them. He accepted a plea bargain and was sentenced on February 5, 2009 to just under 22 years. He is now serving the longest sentence of any “Green Scare” prisoner.
Marie (Marius) Mason #04672-061
FCI Danbury
Route 37
Danbury, CT 06811
United States
address outer envelope to Marie (Marius) Mason, inside to Marius

Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda
Marcelo was a MAPU Lautaro member and political prisoner in the 1990s. Later, he was charged with taking part in the September 2007 Banco Santander robbery in Valparaíso and the October 2007 Banco Security robbery in Santiago during which repressive agent Luis Moyano died in a shootout while they were making their escape. 
After a period as a fugitive, Villarroel was arrested on March 15, 2008 together with Freddy Fuentevilla in Neuquen, Argentina. They were then deported to Chile on December 15, 2009. Freddy and Juan Aliste Vega were charged with the same, and were imprisoned for years awaiting trial and had it regularly postponed.
On July 2, 2014, the 3 comrades were sentenced in their absence, having refused to assist in the judicial show, and gave their disposition by video link. Marcelo was sentenced to 14 years in prison for the assault on Santander Bank in Valparaiso and Banco Security. Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda
Unidad Especial de Alta Seguridad
Cárcel de Alta Seguridad
Modulo H Norte
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt
Santiago
Chile 

Mauro Rossetti Busa
Mauro Rossetti Busa was sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment for fire, evasion and manufacture of explosive material, threats and with the aggravating circumstance of recidivism and social danger.The original attacks took place in the vicinity of the Casapound headquarters and to the Eni distributor in Sant’Anna in 2018. The Eni distributor, the multinational is for some time in the sights of anarchists for activities abroad, and a building near the Casapound headquarters.Mauro Rossetti Busa had succeeded in Florence, in March 2004, in an attack on a public prosecutor. During the hearing his convictions were unwavering: “I’ll send you a pack-bomb, the next one will be for you and these cops,” he said.
Casa Circondariale La Spezia
Piazza Falcone e Borsellino 
119125 La Spezia
Italy

Michael Kimble
Michael Kimble is a black, gay anarchist serving a life sentence in Alabama for the murder of a white, homophobic, racist bigot. During his first years of imprisonment, Michael embraced communism, but soon moved away from it and toward anarchy because, as he describes it “anarchism is not about building a hierarchical structure for liberation somewhere in the distant future, but about living your life, now, in a fashion that’s liberating.”
Michael has a long history of both individual and collective struggle against prison authority, and continues to engage in the fight against prison slave labour as part of the Free Alabama Movement.
Michael Kimble #138017/G1-24A
Easterling Corr. Facility
200 Wallace Drive
Clio, AL 36017
USA

Mikita Yemelyanau
Anarchist from Belarus, sentenced to 4 years for setting fire to Minsk pretrial detention centre and attacking a court with paint bulbs in solidarity with another anarchist, who was kept there under arrest at that time. 
Yemelyanov Nikita Vladimirovich
ul. Krupskoy 99a, ST-4, 
212011, Mogilev 
BELARUS

Nicola Gai
Alfredo and Nicola Gai were arrested on September 14, 2012 and accused of shooting Ansaldo Nucleare manager and Finmeccanica affiliate, Roberto Adinolfi, in the knees – an action carried out by Olga nucleus FAI/FRI in May 2012. In May 2015 their sentences were reduced, Alfredo’s to 9 years and 5 months in prison, Nicola’s to 8 years and 8 months.
In September 2016, they were declared suspects in a new case of participation in an underground organization with terrorist intentions (Informal Federation of Anarchists). In April 2019 he was sentenced to 9 years for “subversive association with terrorist purposes”.
Casa Circondariale Ferrara
Via Arginone 327
ΙΤ-44122 FE
Italy

Nikos Maziotis
Nikos was sentenced to a 86 years’ imprisonment in absentia in the Revolutionary Struggle case. His sentence was merged into 50 years. However, the maximum prison term is 25 years (which are typically served either as a full sentence or by day wages in prisons, or after the completion of 3/5 of the prison term, when a prisoner can be granted conditional release under specific conditions). 
Nikos was on the run for two years, was seriously wounded and arrested on July 16, 2014, after a shootout with cops in Monastiraki.
Dikastiki Filaki Domokou
D’WING (Δ’ΠΤΕΡΥΓΑ)
T.K.  35010
Domokos
fthiotidas
Greece

Noah “Kado” Coffin
Noah “Kado” Coffin is an anarchist prison rebel serving a 15-year sentence at the Eastham Unit in Texas, much of which he’s spent in solitary confinement. He is regularly writing about violation of prisoners rights.
Noah Coffin #1795167
2665 Prison Road #1
Lovelady, TX 75851
USA

Osman Evcan                 
Osman, born in 1959 in Samsun, is an anarchist prisoner who spent the last 23 years in prison. İn 1992, he was sentenced to 30 years in prison with the charges of being a member of a leftist terrorist group and robbery. He was also imprisoned for 9 years between 1980-1989. Since Osman adopted anarchist ideas in 2003, he also became vegan and supports animal liberation struggles.
Osman Evcan was imprisoned in many prisons all over the country during his conviction. He built his life fighting against authoritarian violence and especially the violence and oppression which is a systemic part of the prison’s hierarchical structure, and he still continues his fight against prison’s oppressive mentality, without giving an inch, aspiring to the right standards for anarchist, vegan, libertarian individuals.
Osman Evcan
Silivri 9 Nolu Kapalı 
Cezaevi C-4-26 Kampüs 
PTT Şubesi Silivri-İSTANBUL
Turkey 

Panagiota (Pola) Roupa
On April 10, 2010, Gournas, Maziotis and Roupa were arrested on the charges of membership in the armed organisation Revolutionary Struggle. After Roupa and Maziotis were released on bail in October 2011, they went on the run. In April 2013 Pola Roupa was sentenced to 50.5 years of jail while hiding. In 2014 Nikos Maziotis was seriously wounded in the skirmish with police and arrested. In February 2016 Pola Roupa tried to set him free using a helicopter, but the attempt failed. In January 2017 Pola was arrested in a secret flat where she was hiding with her 6-year old child and another woman. In July 2018 Pola received life sentence plus 25 years in court.
Eleonas Women’s Prison (Gynaikeies Fylakes)
Thebes
T.K. 32200
Greece

Rainer Loehnert
Rainer Loehnert is 55 years old and has been locked up for more than 31 years in various prisons and mental houses, of which he has long been in isolation and on "secured stations". He is currently held in the forensic psychiatry in BedburgHau (North Rhine-Westphalia).
Rainer was admitted to a closed psychiatry by means of a "determined incapacity and negative danger prognosis according to section 63 of the Criminal Code" due to a personal injury that he suffered 32 years ago. This resulted in an unofficial, seemingly endless "preventive detention" and long-term overdose of psychotropic drugs. During his entire detention, Rainer's anti-fascist and anti-authoritarian attitudes, actions and acts of resistance were repeatedly pathologized as "morbid" and "delusional".
He opposed his unbroken will to defend himself against this prison System to the humiliation and terror of nurses, doctors, therapists, assessors, judges, etc. and other prisoners (neo-Nazis). The fights have cost him a lot of strength and nerves. In the three decades Rainer went on hunger strikes, attempted several escape attempts, and resisted various police units as well as provocations of the staff and fellow neo-Nazi prisoners.
He participated in the hunger strike in solidarity with the struggling Prisoners in Greece in July 2014, and has repeatedly denied medication and urine checks, what is often punished with solitary confinement or fixation, forced medication.
Rainer writes and reads very much, and expressing solidarity with various struggling (ex)prisoners, such as Marco Camenisch and Gabriel Pombo da Silva. He keeps or seeks contact, among others, with some anti-prison projects and individuals and informs himself about current (anti-domination) fights.
He tries get in touch with (fighting) people from inside and outside of prison around the world. Rainer speculates about current (anarchist) struggles, especially in Europe, as well as anarchist newspaper projects, but also "classics" of anarchist theories and practices.
Rainer Loehnert
Südlicher Rundweg 20a
Haus F1, Station 1
47551 Bedburg Hau
Deutschland

Rodrigo Lanza              
Rodrigo Lanza was arrested in 2006 for being accused of attacking a cop after evicting a squat in Barcelona after a party. During the following riots, someone threw a pot from the upper floors of the house, injuring one of the cops ("a bastard of the urban guard"), causing him to be paraplegic.
The cops needed a scapegoat and after a long trial Rodrigo Lanza was sentenced to five years imprisonment, where he was tortured, beaten and abused by the police for the simple reason that he is Chilean. After this long time in jail, he was finally released.
On December 7, 2017, Rodrigo was in Zaragoza with friends in a bar where they met a well-known Nazi: the 55-year-old Victor Lainez, a member of the fascist Falange Nacional. Lainez attacked Rodrigo with a knife, causing a confrontation in front of the bar and a blow to the neck of the Nazi, causing him to fall into a coma. His family decided days later to turn off the machines and free the world from his presence.
Rodrigo was quickly arrested and charged with involvement in the death of the Nazi. On November 15, 2019 he was sentenced to 5 years of prison.
Rodrigo Lanza
Apdo. de correos nº 33044
Ronda Universitat, 23
08007 Barcelona
Spain

Sam Faulder
Sam Faulder is an anarchist prisoner currently serving a life sentence in England. Sam is a miscarriage of justice who has done over ten years in the prison system for a murder she did not commit. She is now working with Cardiff University’s Innocence Project on her appeal.
Sam was diagnosed with cancer in 2016. She could have had simple laser therapy as an early intervention, however, the private prison company Sodexo running the prison cancelled more than 9 appointments for surgery. As a result, Sam’s cancer has now spread and they are no longer able to operate further. She will begin radio-chemotherapy this summer. You can read the full cancer timeline on her website.
Samantha Faulder A1209CF
HMP Foston Hall
Foston, Derby, Derbyshire
DE65 5DN
England

Sean Swain
Sean Swain is a hostage held by a lawless rogue-state calling itself “The State of Ohio.” He has been held without legal conviction or sentence since 1991 for the self-defence killing of a court official’s relative who broke into Sean’s home and threatened his life. In fall of 2012, prisoners calling themselves the Army of the 12 Monkeys (A12M) got rowdy at Mansfield Correctional, and the prison authorities assumed “that anarchist” Sean Swain must have been behind it and threw him in supermax isolation. Sean denies any involvement or affiliation with the A12M and is in the process of suing the ODRC for targetting him based exclusively on his ideology and political speech. Sean is the only son of a retired auto worker and stay-home mom. He has renounced his high school diploma, his college degree, and his honourable discharge from the U.S. military.
Before being taken hostage, Sean worked as a newspaper columnist and as a union organizer. Sean is mounting his third run for Governor of Ohio in 2014. If elected, he promises to decommission the Ohio National Guard, empty Ohio’s prisons and turn them into squats, recognize Native American land rights as set forth by the Treaty of Greenville, arm the tribes with national guard weaponry, to include tanks and attack helicopters, refuse to sign any budget causing the government to shut down, and sign an Executive Order making it legal to assassinate him if he remains in office longer than 90 days.
Though innocent of any crime, and though he is held without legal conviction or sentence, Sean will only be liberated when the illegitimate power of the lawless rogue state holding him hostage is abolished once and for all.
Sean Swain #2015638
Buckingham Correctional Center
P. O. Box 430
Dillwyn VA 23936USA

Soheil Arabi                   
Soheilis an anarchist political prisoner from Iran whowas arrested in December 2013 by the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and sentenced to death for insulting the Prophet and other sanctities. He was kept two months in solitary confinement and subjected to relentless interrogations in Ward 2A, which is under the control of the IRGC.
In July 2015, his death sentence was commuted to 7.5 years in prison. But then again, in October 2018, he was sentenced to another 3 years in prison and exile to Borazjan, in southern Iran.
He initiated a hunger strike Saturday, June 15, 2019. Now he has ended this protesting action after being transferred from Fashafouyeh Prison to Evin Prison in northern Tehran according to his own requirements.
This is the third time Soheil Arabi has gone on hunger strike, this time to protest poor prison conditions, violent mistreatment of prisoners by prison guards and officials, and various deprivations in prison.
Last April, Soheil Arabi was seriously hurt when he defended a few ordinary prisoners against mistreatment and beating by guards. His illness has aggravated after nine months of denial of medical care. Infection has spread in his body and he has severe pain.
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Spyros Christodoulou
On May 29th 2015, during an anti-terrorist operation of the Greek police in the area of Nea Anchialos in Magnesia (in close distance to the city of Volos), Spyros Dravilas fell dead inside a safe house under unverified circumstances. The police operation against dubbed ‘Distomo robbers’ resulted not only in the death of Spyros Dravilas (an illegalist and ex-prisoner in struggle), but also in the arrest of Grigoris Tsironis (an anarchist comrade, very active over the past two decades, who was on the run since 2006) and Spyros Christodoulou (an illegalist and unruly ex-prisoner).
Dikastiki filaki KORINTHOU 
T.K. 20100
KORINTHOS
Greece

Thomas Meyer-Falk
Red anarchist skinhead Thomas Meyer-Falk still refuses to collaborate with any psychiatric reviewers. The comrade was arrested for a bank robbery, and has been incarcerated since 1996. Not only was he not released but, on top of that, he was recently transferred to another prison. From 1998 he was in Bruchsal; since early July 2013 he has been held “preventively for security reasons” in the notorious hellhole of Freiburg.
JVA (Sicherungsverwahrungs-Abteilung)
Hermann-Herder-Str. 8
D-79104 Freiburg
Germany
     
Vaggelis Stathopoulos
On 9 November, 2019,  an anti-terrorist operation led to two arrests, charging Vaggelis Stathopoulos and another comrade with robbery and involvement in a terrorist organization. At the same time, authorities are looking for another comrade in order to give him the same accusations, while arresting a close female comrade on lesser charges.
Vaggelis Stathopoulos
Dikastiki filaki Larissas
T.K. 413 34
Larissa
Greece

Vincenzo Vecchi 
Vinchenzo was arrested on August 8, 2019 in France, after being at large. In July 2012 he was sentenced by the Italian Supreme Court to 11 years and 6 months in prison for the clashes during G8 protests in 2001.
Centre pénitentiaire de Rennes-Vezin
Rue du Petit Pré
35132 Vezin-le-Coquet
France

Scripta Manent operation: 
In the early hours of September 6, an operation coordinated by the Digos [political police] of Turin led the searches of 30 homes in various Italian regions (Piedmont, Liguria, Lazio, Umbria, Lombardy, Abruzzo, Campania, Sardinia and Emilia Romagna) and the arrest of five anarchist comrades accused of subversive association with terrorist intent; in addition, a notification in prison for Nicola Gai and Alfredo Cospito. The operation, called “Scripta Manent” [from Latin proverb “verba volant, scripta manent” — spoken words fly away, written words remain], tries to attribute to a single direction a series of direct actions claimed by the Informal Anarchist Organization, reproducing in this way thesame repressive strategies of some previous operations, such as Servantes and Boldness (“Ardire”), and trying to impose an associative and vertical structure on the expressions of anarchist conflictuality. In particular, the attacks inserted in this investigation include the parcel-bombs sent to the CPT’s [detention centres for immigrants] director in Modena in May 2005, to the traffic-cops barracks in Torino-San Salvario and to the chief-police of Lecce (claimed by FAI/Narodnaja Volja), the explosive device against the RIS barracks [carabinieri forensics] in Parma (October 24, 2005, claimed by FAI/Cooperativa Artigiana Fuoco e Affini-occasionalmente spettacolare), the parcel-bomb sent to the Mayor of Bologna Sergio Cofferati (November 2, 2005, claimed by FAI/Cooperativa Artigiana Fuoco e Affini-occasionalmente spettacolare), the devices against the carabinieri cadets’ barracks in Fossano (June 2, 2006, claimed by FAI/RAT-Rivolta Anonima e Tremenda), the devices placed in the Turin neighbourhood, Crocetta (March 7, 2007, claimed by FAI/RAT); among the other actions also the wounding of Adinolfi (May 7, 2012), despite the fact that two comrades have already been convicted and have publicly claimed this attack, to corroborate the crime of association. It seems that the investig
ators, felt the need to structure their clues, used even linguistic and graphology experts, in addition to electronic and computer surveillance, and tailing.
In April 2019, the court made its verdict. Alfredo was sentenced to 20 years. 
Anna was sentenced to 17 years for the Crocetta and Fossano bombs (2006 and 2007) and for the explosive packets of July 2006 (the same three for which was sentenced Alfredo), as well as for a “subversive association with terrorist purposes” as promoter of the FAI.
Nicola was sentenced to 9 years for “subversive association with terrorist purposes”.
Marco and Sandro were sentenced to 5 years for participation in a “subversive association with terrorist purposes”.
All the other defendants were acquitted (for all 23 comrades the main charge was of “subversive association with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order” and only for some comrades of “instigation to commit a crime” and “terrorist attack”).
Two more anarchists were released in April 2019 following their acquittal in the first degree trial.
Marco Bisesti:
Casa Circondariale San Michele
Strada Cassale 50/A
15121 AL
Italy

Anna Beniamino:
C. C. di Messina “Gazzi”
via Consolare Valeria 2
98124 Messina
Italia (Italy)

OPERATION SCINTILLA (TORINO)
On February 7, 2019, a repressive operation (called "Operation Spark") took place in Turin which led to the arrest of six anarchists from the early morning, some searches in Turin and elsewhere and the clearing of the squatted kindergarten in Via Alessandria, an anarchist occupation existing since 1995. The main accusation is that they set up or participated in a "subversive association" (Article 270 of the Penal Code) and carried out some direct actions related to the fight against the CIE and CPR, prisons for migrants.
Following the review court, the accusation of "subversive conspiracy" was dropped, while some specific charges remain (among them, "incitement to commit crimes" for the publication of a booklet.
Silvia is under house arrest. Five people have been released and are currently without any restrictions linked to this repressive operation. All the arrested in the end were released from prison under house arrest.
On 26 November 2019, Giuseppe Sciacca was arrested. The charge is "manufacturing, possession and transport of explosive material", for sending, in 2016, an explosive package to Ladisa, the company that then ran the canteen in the CPR of Turin. An episode already contested, along with others, by those arrested on the 7th February, 2019, within the operation "Scintilla". 
Giuseppe Sciacca
C. R. di Alessandria “S. Michele”
strada statale per Casale 50/A
15121 Alessandria
Italy

Operation Prometeo
On May 21, 2019, three anarchist companions Natascia, Beppe and Robert were arrested as part of another repressive operation called "Prometeo" (Prometheus) of the Carabinieri ROS. There were also some searches. The media report that the main accusation is "Terrorist or Subversion Attack" because they were ordered to send three parcel bombs in June 2017 to P.M. Rinaudo and Sparagna (the latter being the prosecutor in the case of Operation Scripta manent) and Santi Consolo, the then Director of the DAP (Department of Penitentiary Administration) in Rome. Robert was released on 2 December 2019.
Natascia Savio
C. C. di Piacenza
strada delle Novate 65
29122 Piacenza
Italia [Italy] 

Giuseppe Bruna
C. C. di Pavia
via Vigentina 85
27100 Pavia
Italia [Italy]

Russian Torture Cases
There has been heavy repression of anarchists and antifascists by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). In October 2017, FSB officers arrested six antifascists who played airsoft in the woods. The FSB planted weapons and explosives in some of their vehicles, and tortured them in pre-trial detention–beating them, hanging them upside down, electrocuting them, and threatening them with even worse. This torture was used to force the arrestees to validate forged testimony professing that they are part of an alleged terrorist “network.” At the end of January 2018, two more antifascists were arrested in St. Petersburg. They were also beaten, tortured by means of electrical shock, and forced to agree that they too were members of this invented “network.”
As of now, seven anti-fascists are behind bars and another is under house arrest. All are facing up to a decade in prison. We encourage you to read more about the case in the links below. We have included addresses for those who have them listed.
More information: https://itsgoingdown.org/why-the-torture-cases-of-anarchists-in-russia-matters/
https://rupression.com/en/person/
Maxim Ivankin*
Ivankin Maxim Sergeevich, 1995
SIZO-1, 440039, Penzenskaya obl.
Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Russia

Mikhail Kulkov         
Kulkov Mikhail Alexeevic, 1994
SIZO-1, 440039, Penzenskaya obl.
Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Russia

Yuliy Boyarshinov
Boyarshinov Yuliy Nikolayevich, 1991
FKU SIZO-3 FSIN
191123 St. Petersburg
ul. Shpalernaya, d. 25
Russia
                
Andrey Chernov
Chernov Andrei Sergeevich, 1989
SIZO-1, 440039, Penzenskaya obl.
Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Russia

Victor Filinkov
Filinkov Victor Sergeevich, 1994
FKU SIZO-3 FSIN
191123 St. Petersburg
ul. Shpalernaya, d. 25
Russia

Vasiliy Kuksov
Kuksov Vasiliy Alekseevich, 1988
SIZO-1, 440039, Penzenskaya obl.
Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Russia

Dmitriy Pchelintsev*
Pchelintsev Dmitry Dmitrievich, 1992440042, Penza
ul. Molodogvardeyskaya, 9
PKU IK No. 4 PFRSI
Russia

Ilya Shakurskiy
Shakurskiy Ilya Alexandrovich, 1996
SIZO-1, 440039, Penzenskaya obl.
Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Russia


Igor Shishkin – signed a cooperation plea, so we are not listing his address.
Arman Sagynbaev was involved in multiple abuse against women, so we are not listing his address here.
Maksim Ivankin is accused by Aleksei Poltavets, a person involved in the case who fled Russia and escaped arrest, of murdering Ekaterina Levchenko at the direction of Dmitry Pchelintsev. RUPRESSION issued a statement on the accusation https://rupression.com/en/2020/02/23/rupression-collective-statement-regarding-the-article-four-went-in-the-forest-and-only-two-went-out-about-the-investigation-of-the-connection-between-the-network-case-and-the-disappearance-and-death-o/
Here you can find the criticism of ABC-Dresden about the solidarity campaign around the "Network case" https://abcdd.org/en/2020/04/06/solidarity-is-fragile-thoughts-on-the-network-case-from-abc-dresden/
Please note: Moscow ABC advises that letters in English are seldom accepted in Russian prisons, so please write only in Russian (try using a translation program), or just send photos and postcards.

Anarchist and antiauthoritarian prisoners in Turkey                  
    • 1. Hasan Çınar: 1 Nolu F Tipi Cezaevi A7/21 İzmit/ Kocaeli
    • 2. Gökhan Kaya: 1 Nolu T-Tipi Kapalı Cezaevi D-4 Koğuşu Kandıra Kocaeli
    • 3. Yusuf Şut: 1 Nolu T-Tipi Kapalı Cezaevi C-5 Koğuşu Kandıra KOCAELİ
    • 4. Fercan Kaya: 1 Nolu F-Tipi Cezaevi C-12-102 06930 Sincan ANKARA
    • 5. Rafet Ünal: 1 Nolu F-Tipi Cezaevi C-5-81 06930 Sincan ANKARA
    • 6. Ali Rıza Ula: T-Tipi Kapalı Cezaevi A-Tekli Üst Oda NO: 43 MANİSA
    • 7. Umut Fırat Süvarioğulları: 1 Nolu F Tipi Hapishane A Tek – 2. Hücre Buca, Kırıklar / İZMİR
    • 8. Mehmet Boğatekin: T Tipi Cezaevi A-28 Burhaniye/Balıkesir
    • 9. Erbay Dalbudak: M Tipi Cezaevi A-3 Silifke/Mersin
    • 10. Şevket Aslan: 3 Nolu T Tipi A-27 Koğuş  Yeni Şakran,  Aliağa / İzmir
    • 11. Mesut Aydin (i harfi ile): Mardin Kapalı Cezaevi 4. Blok Mardin