Jun 2 2019

Italy: List of Updates and Addresses of Imprisoned Anarchists

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Addresses for comrades imprisoned in Greece, Spain, Germany, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Russia and Chile are also included here


Condemned for the G8 in Genoa (2001)

Francesco Puglisi (detto “Jimmy”)
C. C. di Roma Rebibbia – Nuovo Complesso
via Raffaele Majetti 70
00156 Roma

Marina Cugnaschi
Seconda Casa di Reclusione di Milano – Bollate
via Cristina Belgioioso 120
20157 Milano

In 2012, Jimmy was sentenced to cassation at the age of 14; he was arrested, after less than a year torn from captivity, in June 2013 in Barcelona and subsequently extradited to Italy. Marina was sentenced ion appeal to 11 years and 9 months. All the defendants were convicted on appeal with sentences of up to 14 years for “devastation and looting”, in addition to some related crimes, for the acts of revolt and attack that occurred during the clashes on the days when the summit of the G8 (2001). Following the same criminal proceeding another comrade is wanted and still free.


Davide Delogu

Davide Delogu
Casa di Reclusione di Rossano Calabro
Contrada Ciminata snc
87064 Corigliano-Rossano (Cs)

Sardinian anarchist convicted of robbery and theft. He has already spent more than 20 years in prison. On May 1, 2017 he attempted to escape from the Brucoli prison (in Augusta, Sicily) almost succeeding. [a text from the companion regarding the attempted evasion(in Italian)]. In April 2019 he was transferred to the Rossano Calabro prison and in the same month he was subjected to censorship on correspondence. The trial for the attempted evasion of May 2017 is underway in Syracuse. Continue reading


May 30 2019

Berlin : Gathering outside the JVA TEGEL prison

In the context of ‘subversive May’, we want to express our solidarity with prisoners outside the walls of the prison of Tegel and show our support for them out loud. Then some comrades (Isa, Nero, etc.) who were imprisoned there, tried to make links with their prison companions and agitate. 

These relations are important so as not to forget the desire for freedom in the cages of the State and to continue to struggle for it. The people in these prisons are the result of a society that aims at the violent and mass discipline of human beings.

The recently published news concerning the extension of ‘shelter’ for prisoners on remand in Tegel is sadly part of this authoritarian logic. We, who are ‘free’, are taking this day to demolish prison society and support those who are locked up and their struggles.

To tear down power relations and every prison wall!

At the gathering there was also a banner in solidarity with the Scripta Manent prisoners.

Translated from Italian by act for freedom now!