The comrade who’s still kept in captivity was sentenced to 2 years and six months in prison.
One of those who were released last week was sentenced to 1 year in prison.
The other one, with the more talkative approach in court who was also released last week, was sentenced to probation.
Two more comrades that were on the outside received suspended sentences.
Even though the prosecutor creep didn’t get their will done, we see no reason to celebrate. Our comrades have spent half a year – more and less – in the disgusting pre-trial isolation cells, and they still have their sentences to either serve or evade.
As long as this society continues to exist, prison is and will be one of the worst weapons in the State’s arsenal. A weapon they are using every day in the social war against us and anybody who doesn’t fit in to their disgusting frames of normality. Prison is however not an end station but a continuation of our struggle against this reality. To maintain a struggle without including the prison and justice system as targets, is to shoot oneself in the foot.
Fire to the prisons! Strength to our comrades!
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