ALFREDO OUT FROM 41 BIS
CLOSE THE 41 BIS
Since Oct. 20, fellow anarchist Alfredo Cospito has been on hunger strike in Sassari prison against the 41 bis regime in which he was placed last May after ten years of detention in High Security. The unprecedented decision to lock up an anarchist in 41 bis is just the tip of the iceberg of the authoritarian turn underway in Italy, a turn that was inaugurated with the March 2020 prison massacre, continued with the investigations against union struggles, with logistics workers accused of “extortion” against the boss because they demanded wage increases, in a particularly fierce preventive counterrevolution against the anarchist movement as indicated by the seizures of books and newspapers, the endless special surveillance, the sentencing of Juan Sorroche to 28 years in prison, and the Cassation of the Scripta Manent trial.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1.
10 a.m.: Terni Prison.
2 p.m.: Spoleto Prison.
– We bring news of Alfredo’s struggle under the 41 bis sections!
– In solidarity with Juan, prisoner in High Security in Terni Prison!
– Solidarity with the medium-security prisoners in the Terni jail protagonists of the uprising last October 16!
– Solidarity with Roberto Morandi, communist revolutionary in 41 bis in Spoleto prison!
Note: Comrades Juan Sorroche (since Oct. 25, in Terni prison) and Ivan Alocco (since Oct. 27, in Villepinte prison, France) are on hunger strike in support and solidarity with Alfredo.