Thursday, July 11, 2013

Greece: Kostas Sakkas allowed freedom on bail

It is still illegal and immoral. The bourgeois court ordered that in order for the Anarchist prisoner in hunger strike to be freed € 30,000 must be paid as bail. 

He's also banned from traveling abroad, leaving the prefecture of Attica, residing in the home he has declared as such residence, presenting himself at police station every Monday and prohibition of communicating with other people accused of membership in the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire case. 

Fundraising is being organized.

Heraklion city hall was occupied by Anarchists yesterday in solidarity with Sakkas:

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