This website does not reflect the views or opinions of any people facing criminal charges. This site is run by a group of anarchists from so-called Hamilton, Ontario, offering support to those trapped in the suffocating cogs of the legal system. Anything that originates from accused/incarcerated individuals will be clearly labeled as such.
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Ce site web ne répresente pas ni les perspectives ni les opinions de quelqu’un inculpé au criminel. Ce site est géré par un groupe d’anarchistes de soi-disant Hamilton, Ontario, qui fournit du soutien à celles-ceux qui sont piégées dans les rouages étouffants du système juridique. Toute chose qui provient d’un individu accusée ou emprisonnée sera etiquetée clairement comme telle.
- Beyond Support: Update on Locke St Defendants and a Proposal for Beginning to Organize Solidarity
- New arrests in Hamilton and Montreal: Updates and call for support
- Letter from Cedar on Conspiracy Charges, the Barton Jail, and Solidarity // Lettre de Cedar sur les accusations de complot, la prison Barton et la solidarité
- Cedar Is Out of Jail!
- Noise Demo in solidarity with prisoners in Barton Jail
Category Archives: Update
Before giving updates on the Locke St defendants, it’s worth taking a moment to put things in their context and to remember that these seven people are accused of participating in a struggle against gentrification in the city. This struggle … Continue reading
We write this just to give a quick update on the rapidly changing situation in Hamilton (traditional territory of the Chonnonton, Anishinabeg, and Haudenosaunee peoples). Since yesterday, May 31 2018, three more people have been arrested in connection to the … Continue reading
Not much has changed in Cedar’s life over the past week. They are still in segregation, though they are now allowed out onto the range for two hours per day, allowing them much more access to phone calls. They are … Continue reading
Cedar is now in their third week of pre-trial incarceration in Barton Jail. They have been moved to the male side of the prison, but remain in segregation. This means that for 23 hours each day they sit in a … Continue reading
We got our first proper visit with Cedar this week! They are doing well considering the circumstances, and asked us to send big love to everyone on the outside, and a huge heap of gratitude to the folks offering support. … Continue reading