It came to light on July 25, 2012, when the FBI served subpoenas in Portland and Olympia. Earlier that morning, the pigs executed a heavily armed raid at homes of anarchists in Portland. Since that day, agents have served two other people. Feds have further attempted and failed to serve at least four others. One person has publicly communicated that they, abetted by comrades, evaded the threat of a subpoena.
from the stinking cesspit of the mainstream media
One of the three remaining fugitives in a string of high-profile fires across the West that focused national attention on a group of environmental radicals surrendered to authorities Thursday after spending years in hiding in Canada.
The U.S. attorney's office in Portland, Ore., said Rebecca Jeanette Rubin, 39, a Canadian citizen, turned herself in to the FBI at the Canadian border in Blaine, Wash.
This graphic symbolizes the prison society we live in and repression of anarchists by FBI and US federal government.
Dark and early this morning a few of us dropped a banner viewable from highway 403 expressing love for those resisting the Grand Jury taking place in the Pacific Northwest, as well as those who are still locked up for charges stemming from the 2010 anti-G20 protests.
About 75 people showed up to SeaTac Federal Detention Center today for a noise demo in solidarity with grand jury resisters. Two resisters, Matt Duran and Katherine Kteeo Olejnik, have been locked away inside the detention center since September 13 and September 27, respectively, for refusing to cooperate with a secret federal Grand Jury investigation targeting anarchists in the Pacific Northwest.
from Anarchist News
“I must not fear.
Fear is the mind killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.”
-Frank Herbert, Dune
As part of the days of solidarity with grand jury resisters in the US, on the morning of Friday 16th November we hung a banner on the Merri Parade train overpass which read "SOLIDARITY WITH GRAND JURY RESISTERS IN THE USA, ACAB". In addition to that and in reference to this article (http://anarchistnews.org/content/asio-hassling-australian-anarchists-lea...) we wrote "DON'T TALK TO ASIO" on the front of the Melbourne Anarchist Club, and a huge "SHH! DON'T TALK TO COPS" on the Merri Creek bike path.
Maddy Pfeiffer’s Grand Jury Appearance
Here are the notes from the Grand Jury hearings. Personal information has been redacted including the names of people asked about by the Prosecutor.
Q: What is your Name?
A: Matthew Pfeiffer
Q: What is your Birth Date?
A: (gave birth date)
I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the incredible and constant support that I have been receiving since being locked up at the FDC over a month ago.
I want to thank my family for their unwavering support, pride, and love—throughout this situation and throughout my life.
I want to thank my closest friends for supporting me out of love, regardless of political beliefs; for your constant letters, for keeping my life on the outs in order, for spreading the word of my incarceration, and for reminding me daily that I am never alone.
Remember, Remember the Fifth of November!
Anarchists and Activists take the Army to Court of Appeals. Support is Needed!
Come show support and solidarity for activists and anarchists spied on by the Army. It is crucial for supporters to pack the courtroom.
When: November 5th, 8:45am (Court starts at 9:00am)
Where: Kenzo Nakamura United States Courthouse at 1010 Fifth Ave in Seattle, 7th Floor
You need ID to enter the building.
The Committee Against Political Repression will be suspending support for Leah-Lynn Plante.
Leah was released from prison on October 17 after appearing before the grand jury investigating anarchists. We do not know what was said at that hearing. In the time since her release, Leah has not offered details regarding the subjects of the hearing, her response, or about her release. CAPR is withdrawing support for Leah until we get information regarding her grand jury hearing.