Call for solidarity with 6 comrades from Serbia.
On 04.09.2009, following the decision of the investigating judge of the District Court in Belgrade, the groups of six anarchists who were arrested 3rd of September 2009 were sentenced to detention measures up to thirty days. year. The charge states that the suspects , on 25th of August, about three o'clock in the morning, initially wrote the graffiti on the facade, and then threw two "molotov cocktails at the building of the Greek Embassy in “Francuska” street in Belgrade.
Wanting to brutally deal with it's hardest critics, the state acts, through it's mechanisms of repression, with utterly banal logic. Those who have explicitly expressed their libertarian beliefs are mapped as the only suspects. The case ends with their imprisonment and gives a false picture to the general public about state's expediency.
Due to the unusual course of action of the police and prosecution in this case, the arrested are suspected of having committed a crime of international terrorism. That act, in the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia, is treated in the same group with the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes against the civilian population, organizing and encouraging to commit genocide and war crimes, the conduct of aggressive war, etc. Due to the legal weight of such characterization, the costs of the representation so far during the process have exceeded 10,000 euros.
For this purpose, the account was opened to help the arrested anarchists, which is listed at the bottom of this page. In addition, there is a phone number and e-mail that you can get additional information about the state of the arrested as well as the condition of the collected funds.
We hope that the freedom-loving individuals and organizations will get involved in this humanitarian fundraising action, and help the arrested anarchists to manage to prove their innocence.
FREEDOM FOR ANARCHO-SYNDICALISTS!
Instructions for the donation of money:
Account with institution:
RAIFFEISEN BANKA AD
MILAN (MILUTIN) STOJANOVIĆ