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(en) International CGA - - IAL #93 - Turkey: After the release of the comrades, the struggle continues! (fr) [machine translation]
(en) Rusga LibertÃria/MT â CAB - Analyze Election 2012 for capital CuiabÃ - Vote Null is our choice! (pt) [machine translation]
(pt) Rusga Libertária/MT – CAB* - Analise das eleições 2012 para a capital cuiabana – Votar Nulo é a nossa opção! (en)
C'est une déclaration formelle de guerre ; c'est l'annonce d'une guerre contre le peuple égyptien, et une attaque directe contre le peuple et sa révolution ; c'est une abolition de l'ensemble des promesses du contrat politique qu'à approuvé le peuple avec Mohamed Morsi quand celui-ci a été élu comme Président de la République dans des circonstances uniques et exceptionnelles. [http://www.anarkismo.net/article/24600]
Maddy was taken into custody today at FDC SeaTac. They self-reported at 9am with about a dozen friends to walk them in. Please write to Maddy. BUT PLEASE KEEP IN MIND that Maddy can’t read cursive so please print or type your letter. Any support and encouragement is tremendously appreciated by Maddy and their loved ones.
Matthew Pfeiffer #42421-086
P.O. Box 13900
Seattle, WA 98198
According to MOVE member Ramona Africa, Phil has been visited by MOVE members at the hospital, and is doing okay. He was initially hospitalized after stomach pain and cramps that led to him passing out at the prison. All of your phone calls were super helpful and appreciated.
More from Ramona:
ONA MOVE, Everybody. A frequently asked question concerning this situation with Phil has been about what him to be hospitalized in the first place. I answered this question for some of you as it came up but since it continues to come up I figured I email all of you at once. Phill had stomach cramps for a few days (Thurs. and Fri.) last week. He could not keep anything on his stomach. Approximately 2:00 am Saturday morning, Phil got up to use the bathroom, he passed out. Fortunately. our brother, Delbert is his cell mate and heard him hit the floor. Delbert alerted the guards and they alerted the medical staff and Phil was taken out to the hospital. Phil is now alert and mobile. He’s out of the intensive care unit and hospital staff is doing a number of test on him. They expect him to be returned to the prison, maybe Saturday. Again, our sincere thanks for all the support and loyalty that you all showed us during this time. Take good care.