Saturday, 3 October 2015

The State Can Be Beaten.

      To all those who showed support and solidarity for Evi Statiri, while she was imprisoned for being a relative of a prisoner, and voiced their anger at her need to go on hunger strike to seek justice, good news, she is soon to be released.
      According to an update we received from the ‘Relatives–Friends of prisoners and prosecuted fighters’, Evi Statiri (currently hospitalised) is soon to be released from prison, though with the provision of the strictest restrictive conditions.
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  1. Cameron Vows To Blow £25m On Jail In Jamaica

  2. It is all about giving taxpayers money to big business, and making more spaces for UK prisoners, as Jamaican prisoners in UK would be switch to the new super prison in Jamaica.