Write to Prisoners

The following is a list of anarchist comrades captured by the state and enduring the monotonous mundanity of a system designed to break them.

Please send letters and expressions of solidarity to let them know that they are not alone and they are not forgotten. Remember that some comrades have restrictions on the type of mail that they can receive- for example Russian comrades can only receive mail that is written in Russian.


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.

Operazione “Scripta manent”
Alfredo Cospito, Nicola Gai e Alessandro Mercogliano
C. C. di Ferrara
via Arginone 327
44122 Ferrara
Marco Bisesti
C. C. di San Michele
strada statale per Casale 50/A
15121 Alessandria
Anna Beniamino
C. C. de L’Aquila
via Amiternina 3
Località Costarelle di Preturo
67100 L’Aquila
A comrade and a partner were released from prison following their acquittal in the first instance trial.
On 6 September 2016, five anarchist comrades were arrested as part of the “Scripta manent” operation. For two other fellow prisoners (Alfredo and Nicola) a new incarceration is imposed and, at the same time as the arrests, 32 house searches against anarchists take place. During one of these, another comrade is arrested on charges of having possessed materials suitable for making bombs in the house, and released a few months later. An arrested companion was subsequently transferred to house arrest. The main accusations are: of having constituted or participated in a “subversive association with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order” (art. 270bis of the penal code) with reference to FAI (Informal Anarchist Federation) and to FAI / IRF ( Informal Anarchist Federation / International Revolutionary Front); only for some comrades, of “terrorist attack” (art. 280, cp) with reference to about 11 actions carried out through parcels and explosive devices between 2005 and 2007, except for one occurred in 2016, by groups and groups at the Fai; and always only for some comrades, of “instigation to commit crimes” (art. 414, cp) with “the aggravating circumstance of terrorism” with reference to the publication of the last edition of “Croce Nera Anarchica” (four issues between 2014 and 2017) and for the management of some internet sites (the website of C. N A., anarhija.info, RadioAzione). In addition, a substantial part of the “Ardire” operation (June 2012), which involved the arrest of eight comrades, the custody for two other companions at the time already prisoners and countless searches, was merged into “Scripta manent”.
In the first days of June 2017, other investigations were notified to seven other anarchists, a “strand” subsequently merged with the “Scripta manent” operation, whose process began on June 5, 2017 in the courtroom of the Turin court, at the prison of “Le Vallette”. The public prosecutor is Roberto Sparagna. The comrades in prison are detained in sections AS2 (“High Surveillance 2”) in Ferrara, Alessandria and L’Aquila (in April 2019 Anna was transferred from Rome Rebibbia to the latter prison). Some comrades were forced to videoconference from the prison, therefore the impossibility of being present in the courtroom during the hearings.
In February 2019, Fr. M. presented his indictment and, subsequently, his own requests for conviction (a little over 200 years for 23 people overall, with maximum sentences between 29 and 30 years). On April 24, following the judges’ decisions, the first instance sentence was issued by the court of Turin, which sentenced five comrades: Anna Beniamino at 17, Marco Bisesti at 5, Alfredo Cospito at 20, Nicola Gai a 9, Alessandro Mercogliano a 5. The latter were therefore recognized as promoters or participants in a “subversive association with the purpose of terrorism or subversion of the democratic order”, while the only Anna and Alfredo were convicted of certain attacks made by nuclei and groups of the FAI between 2005 and 2007 (crimes of “terrorist attack,” possession and transport of explosives “and” massacre “). Instead, the remaining 18 fellow defendants were acquitted of all charges (as mentioned, all for art. 270bis v. P. And some for 414 v. P. And 280 v. P.). Among these, following the sentence of first instance that acquitted them, a comrade in prison in the section AS2 in Ferrara and a companion forced under house arrest (previously also in prison, first in Latina then in Rome Rebibbia) were released from prison after a little over two and a half years in prison in custody.
Alfredo and Nicola were already in prison following their sentences (respectively at about 9 and 8 years each) in the process where they were accused of injuring Roberto Adinolfi, CEO of Ansaldo Nucleare (Genoa, 7 May 2012); action claimed with a text from the “Nucleo Olga” of the Fai / Fri. Subsequently, during the trial both have individually claimed the realization of the action.
It is possible to send money in support of fellow prisoners and defendants following the “Scripta manent” operation by reloading the postpay card n. 5333 1710 7777 2446. Those who prefer to make a bank transfer can contact who manages the cash at the e-mail address cassamanent@tutanota.com and will receive the IBAN coordinates and the card header.

Operation “Panico” and repressive operations against Florentine anarchists
Salvatore Vespertino (“Ghespe”) e Giovanni Ghezzi
N. P. C. Sollicciano
via G. Minervini 2/R
50142 Firenze
Pierloreto Fallanca (“Paska”)
Casa Circondariale di Viterbo
Strada SS. Salvatore 14/B
01100 Viterbo
Anarchists arrested on 3 August 2017, in the context of a repressive operation against the anarchists in Florence, accused of having carried out an explosive attack on the “Il Bargello” bookstore (1 January 2017), a space linked to fascists and the party Casapound. During the outbreak a policeman was seriously injured, who lost part of a hand and an eye. Among the innumerable accusations, they are accused and accused of “attempted murder” and “criminal association”. Simultaneously with the repressive operation, the anarchist occupation of La Riottosa in Florence was evacuated and eight comrades were arrested on charges of having carried out this action and an arson attack on a carabinieri barracks in the Rovezzano neighborhood (Florence, 21 April 2016) . Apart from Geshe, all the other companions were subsequently released from prison. But between March and April 2018 Giovanni and Paska were still arrested following an appeal decision. Another companion also arrested in August 2017 is the recipient of other restrictive measures. The accusation of “criminal association” refers to the so-called “Panico” operation (from the name of another Florentine anarchist occupation) which involved searches and three arrests on 31 January 2017. The trial is currently underway in Florence. The sentence is expected in July 2019. For more information, consult the panicoanarchico.noblogs.org website. It is possible to send money to support fellow prisoners and defendants following the “Panic” operation by reloading the postepay card n. 5333 1710 3998 6134 headed to Youssra Ramadan. For those who prefer to make a transfer, the data are as follows: Agency: Poste Italiane. IBAN: IT71Q3608105138290113490114. BIC / SWIFT code, for international transactions: PPAYITR1XXX.

Maddalena Calore
Maddalena Calore
Casa Circondariale di Uta
Strada II Ovest
09010 Uta (Ca)
Anarchist arrested in March 2017 for a residual sentence due to previous convictions.

Operation “Renata”
Luca Dolce (detto “Stecco”)
C. C. di Ferrara
via Arginone 327
44122 Ferrara
Five people are under house arrest and another with other restrictions.
During the night and the morning of Tuesday 19 February 2019, seven anarchists were arrested in various places in Trentino. One person was immediately charged with house arrest, while all the others were imprisoned in various prisons. The main accusations are “subversive association with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order” (article 270bis of the penal code) and of “terrorist attack” (article 280 of the penal code), with reference to some direct actions that have taken place in Trentino over the past few years. Other crimes of which they are accused are: “interruption of public service”, “damage”, “sabotage of telematic devices”, “fire” and “transport of explosive material”. At the same time, 50 searches were carried out, with about 150 policemen and carabinieri mobilized in the repressive operation (which was given the name “operation Renata”, apparently a name taken from the nickname given to a car used by companions). The investigations were conducted by Digos (State Police) and ROS (Carabinieri). On the same day of the arrests, a press conference took place in Rome, organized by anti-terrorism.
In March, following a review court decision that found the allegations of “terrorism” non-existent, the charge of “subversive association with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order” fell (Article 270bis , cp) of which a part of the arrested comrades were initially accused, and the hypothesized crime has become that of “subversive association” (art. 270, cp). The charges relating to specific facts (“interruption of public service”, “damage”, “sabotage of telematic devices”, “fire” and “transport of explosive material”) are unchanged.
On May 9, five anarchist prisoners were transferred under house arrest from February 19, 2019 following the “Renata” operation; one recently transferred to the AS2 prison section of L’Aquila, two prisoners in Tolmezzo and two others held in Ferrara. Comrade Luca Dolce (known as “Stecco”) remains in prison because of other final convictions. While another partner, also arrested on February 19 and immediately placed under house arrest, had this last “precautionary measure” converted into a home and return home from 9.00 pm to 7.00 am.
Still in May Stecco was transferred from the prison of Tolmezzo to that of Ferrara.
It is possible to send money to support fellow prisoners and defendants following the “Renata” operation by reloading the Postepay card n. 5333 1710 7066 8120 headed to Kamilla Bezerra. In Italy it is also possible to make top-ups only in cash directly from the tobacconist (cost 2 euro) providing your data, your tax code (you need the card, not the number from memory), the number of the postepay card and the tax code of the holder (BZRKLL80P60Z602C). For those who prefer to make a transfer, the data is as follows: IBAN: IT04H3608105138216260316268 in the name of Kamilla Bezerra. BIC / SWIFT code, to carry out international transactions: PPAYITR1XXX.

Leonardo Landi
Leonardo Landi
C. C. di Lucca
via San Giorgio 108
55100 Lucca
The anarchist Leonardo Landi was arrested on February 26, 2019 following an appeal (concerning a robbery trial in 2007) sentenced to a residual sentence of 2 years and 8 months.

Tommaso Fontana
Tommaso Fontana 
C. C. “Cà del Ferro”
via Palosca 2
26100 Cremona
On April 5, 2019 in Cremona Tommy was arrested, an anarchist who tried to resist a police arrest under the house of a fascist (who in the previous days had put himself on display with some cowardly provocations). A police car was smashed during the episode. On April 10 the sentence was pronounced by the Cremona court: one year, eight months and ten days of imprisonment for charges of “resistance, aggravated damage, injuries, threats and outrage”. Subsequently it was announced that the judge refused his release, so Tommy remains in jail.
For more information, visit the website: csakavarna.org.

Operation “Prometeo”
Robert Firozpoor e Giuseppe Bruna
C. C. – C. R. di Opera
via Camporgnago 40
20090 Milano
Natascia Savio
N° d’écrou: 93106 – cellule 114
Centre pénitentiaire de Bordeaux-Gradignan
36 Rue du Bourdillat
33170 Gradignan
France [Francia]
On May 21, 2019, three anarchists were arrested in the context of a repressive operation called “Prometheus” and carried out by the ROS carabinieri. Some searches have also been carried out. The main accusation is of “attack with terrorist or subversive purposes”, as they were held responsible for sending three bomb packages arrived in June 2017 to the p. m. Rinaudo (prosecutor in several trials against the antagonist movement and the anarchists) and Sparagna (prosecutor in the trial for the “Scripta manent” operation) and Santi Consolo, at the time director of the DAP (“Department of Penitentiary Administration”) From Rome. They are not accused of any “associative” crime (such as articles 270 or 270bis, c. P.). A partner was arrested in France and will probably be transferred to Italy shortly.

Anarchist arrested in the province of Brescia on 22 May 2019
Juan Antonio Sorroche Fernandez
C. C. di Canton Mombello
via Spalto S. Marco 20
25100 Brescia
On May 22, 2019, anarchist comrade Juan was arrested, a fugitive and wanted for about two years for some final sentences. Two houses were searched in the province of Brescia and two homes of parents of a companion and a companion in the Brescia hinterland. Another comrade was also arrested, who was initially arrested and whose arrest was then validated (he is also detained in the Brescia prison), accused of “personal aiding” (article 378 of the Criminal Code), with the aggravating circumstance of ” aiding the subtraction of the execution of the sentence “(in reference to Juan’s inaction). In the following days there were other searches at the same homes that were already searched. Furthermore, Juan would also be investigated for an explosive attack on a Lega Nord headquarters (August 2018, Treviso), with accusations of “massacre” and “terrorist attack”.

Conspiracy of Cells of Fire
Tsakalos Christos , Giorgos Nikolopoulos , Giorgos Polydoros , Michalis Nikolopoulos , Gerasimos Tsakalos e Theofilos Mavropoulos
Dikastiki Filaki A Pteryga
TK 18110, Koridallos, Athens, Greece
Economidou Olga
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Gynaikeies Fylakes
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Haris Hatzimihelakis , Panagiotis Argyrou (in April 2019) and Damiano Bolano (21 May 2019) were released.
Aggeliki Spyropoulou
Spyropoulou Aggeliki
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Gynaikeies Fylakes
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Arrests for Velvento / Kozani robberies and for some criminal proceedings related to the CCF ( “Nea Philadelphia”)
Dalios Argyris , Dimitris Politis , Giannis Michailidis e
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Andrikes Fylakes D. Pteryga
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Andreas-Dimitris Bourzoukos , Foivos Harisis and Grigoris Sarafoudis were released (respectively, in July 2017, summer 2017 and January 2018).
Nikos Romanos released 11/07/19
Anarchists accused and prosecuted for alleged participation in CCF (case “Halandri” and “Nea Smyrni”)
Giorgos Karagiannidis and Alexandros Mitrousias were released (respectively in September 2017 and April 2017).
Revolutionary Struggle
Kostas Gournas
ΚΑΥΦ (Central Prison Material Warehouse)
Nikiforidi 2, Koridallos, 18122, Attikhs, Athens, Greece
Maziotis Nikos
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Eidiki Pteryga
T. K. 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Roupa Panagiota (detta “Pola”)
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou – Gynaikeies Fylakes
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Konstantina Athanasopoulou was released from prison in the summer of 2018.
The accused and prosecuted for alleged participation in Revolutionary Struggle
Petrakakos Giorgos
Dikastiki Fylaki Koridallou Eidiki Pteriga
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Antonis Stamboulos was released from prison in June 2018.
Other prisoners anarchists in Greece
Seisidis Marios
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou, A. Pteryga
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Kostas Sakkas was released from prison in August 2018.
Tziotzis Fotis
Dikastiki Fylaki Larissas
TK 41110, Larissa, Greece
Aspiotis Panagiotis
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou, A. Pteryga
TK 18110, Korydallos, Athens, Greece
We know nothing of the current situation Kostantinos Yagtzoglou .
Rodrigo Lanza
Rodrigo Lanza
PO Box 33044, Ronda Universitat 23
08007 Barcelona, Spain [Spain].
Lisa Dorfer
Lisa Dorfer
CP Brians And Carretera Martorell Capellades, Km 23
08635 Sant Esteve Sesrovires, Spain [Spain].
For more information visit the website: solidaritatrebel.noblogs.org .
Thomas Meyer Falk
Thomas Meyer Falk
C / O JVA (SV ABT), Hermann-Herder Str. 8
D-79104, Freiburg – Germany
Imprisoned since 1996 for a series of bank robberies, with a sentence of 11 years and 6 months. In 2007 he was finally removed from solitary confinement, (Isohaft). All of his requests for release (as his sentence was served) were repeatedly denied however so that although he should have been released in 2013, Thomas remains in pretrial detention. This is because he is considered “socially dangerous”, and a threat to the general public because of the crimes he committed and the attitude that he maintained in prison – mainly because he attended neither his ‘social integration’ brainwashing treatment nor would he allow himself to be exploited within the prison work schedule.
Jock Palfreeman
Jock Palfreeman
Sofia Central Prison
21 General Stoletov Boulevard
Sofia 1309
Jock is an Australian anti-fascist, who was arrested when he was 23 for coming to the defense of two Roma boys from a group of 16 neo-Nazis, stabbing to death one of the Nazis and injuring another. Jock was sentenced to 20 years in prison (security set in Australian dollars 375,000).
Ladislav Kuc
Ladislav Kuc
Florianska 18
PS-C 12
04 142 Kosice
And ‘an activist for animal liberation sentenced in 2014 to 25 years on charges of “illegal possession of weapons, explosives and packaging of terrorism” as a result of an explosion in a McDonald’s in 2011. He is also accused of other attacks with explosives against hunting towers, letter bombs against a veterinarian and against the company Tesco Stores, as well as threatening letters at the University of veterinary Medicine, Pharmacology and the Sme daily. In May of 2016 the terrorism charges were dropped, then Ladislav is awaiting a new judgment.
In August 2017 Ladislav, who is considered to be the first Slovak ‘terrorist’, received compensation of €15,500 from the Slovak state after the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR)  accepted his complaint against the length of and justification for his pre-trial detention on charges of endangering public safety.
ilya Romanov
Ilya Eduardovich Romanov
1967 gr, ul. Rabochaya 147, SIZO-1
Saransk, Mordoviya Respublika, 430003 Russia
The anarchist Ilya Romanov was arrested in the early hours of October 26, 2013 in the city of Nizhny Novgorod, following the premature explosion of a homemade device, which has resulted in the amputation at his left wrist. Ilya’was sentenced to 10 years in prison. The trial, which began June 16, 2015 at the local court in Nizhny Novgorod, was conducted by judges of “Legal Military Council” sent from Moscow, because the alleged target of the comrade was a military office. On 6 August, after 20 hearings, the decision was made: Sentenced to 10 years’ hard labor and 110,000 rubles (about 1,600 euro) fine.
Ilya can not receive letters or papers in general if they are not written in his own language.
Alexandr Kolchenko
Alexandr Alexandrovich Kolchenko
56612, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Kopeysk, Kemerovskaja street , 20, IR-6, unit 4, Russia 
Aleksandr / Oleksandr Kolchenko was arrested in the Crimea in May 2014 on charges of participating in a “terrorist group” who planned explosions near the memorial of eternal fire and the Lenin monument in Simferopol, as well as sabotaging lines railway and power lines. Kolchenko is also alleged to have carried out two arson attacks against the headquarters of the Russian Unity Party and the Russian community of Crimea and on the headquarters of the United Russia party in Simferopol.
He is only allowed to receive only Russian-language material and letters written in Russian.
Natalia Collado (called “Tato”) and Javier Pino
Arrested April 7, 2015 on charges of having set fire to a city bus in Santiago, Chile. The two companions were arrested in the vicinity of the incident and the evidence brought by the prosecution was some traces of hydrocarbons on their clothes. At the end of May 2016 they were sentenced to three years in prison. From a letter by Juan and Nataly of November 2017 it shows that Javier Pino should be released, but no other information available to confirm it. Tato instead was released from prison in April 2018.
Tamara Farias Sol Vergara
Tamara Farias Sol Vergara
av. Ramón Picarte 4100
Sector Llancahue
Valdivia, Chile
Sol was arrested January 21, 2014 for shooting a security guard of Banco Estado, avenging the anarchist comrade Sebastián Overluij, killed by a guard during the previous December expropriation. On February 4, 2015 he was sentenced in the first instance to seven years for attempted murder, with the judge sentencing Tamara to the exact punishment demanded by the prosecution.
Flores Juan Riquelme
Flores Juan Riquelme
CDP Santiago Sur (former prison)
av. Pedro Montt 1902
Santiago de Chile, Chile
In isolation and subjected to anti-terrorist legislation. Juan is an anarchist comrade arrested September 18, 2014 with Nataly and Guillermo Duran (the latter immediately released to  house arrest with night time curfew), he was accused of the attack in the subway los Dominicos and at he commercial centre of the Escuela Militar, both claimed by CCF / Chile. Juan is also accused of two attacks on police stations in August 2014- actions claimed by the group “International Conspiracy for Revenge”.
TDecember 20, 2017 esaw the end of the process of “Caso Bombas 2”, Enrique and Nataly were acquitted of all charges and then released, Juan was convicted of the bombing of the Los Dominicos metro and the shopping mall and divecenter iand was the first companion condemned using the new Chilean anti-terrorism law.
In March 15, 2018 Juan was sentenced to 23 years in prison.
Freddy, Marcelo and Juan
Marcelo Villarroel
Special Unit High Security – high security prison – Modulo H North (2nd floor)
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt.
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Former member of the Mapu Lautaro and political prisoner in the nineties, currently known as anti-libertarian. Marcelo is accused of involvement in a robbery at Banco Santander (Valparaiso, September 2007) and Banco Security in October 2007, when a police officer is killed while fleeing the scene during a shoot-out. He was arrested in hiding with Freddy Fuentevilla in 2008, in Argentina, where they were tried for illegal possession of arms. Extradited to Chile in 2009, after a long process he was sentenced to 14 years in July 2014 for the two robberies.
Juan Aliste Vega
Special Unit High Security – High Security Prison – Modulo J (3rd floor)
. Avda Pedro Montt 1902
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Ex member of Mapu Lautaro and political prisoner in the 90s, accused of robbery at Banco Security and Valparaiso as well as a third robbery in 2007. On the run until 2010 when he was arrested in Argentina and soon extradited to Chile. On July 2, 2014 Juan was sentenced to 42 years: 18 for murder of a policeman, 10 for attempted murder, 14 for robbery at Banco Santander in Valparaiso and Banco Security, and acquitted for the third robbery.
Freddy Fuentevilla was released June 18, 2018.
Alejandro Astorga Valdés, Jorge Mateluna Rojas and Rene Molina Sanhueza
Alejandro Astorga Valdès
Special Unit High Security – high security prison – Modulo J (3rd floor)
. Avda Pedro Montt 1902
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Former member of the MIR ( “Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria”) and then the MRTA ( “Movimiento Revolucionario Túpac Amaru”) in Peru. Alejandro was convicted in 1993 of an attack on the Peruvian North American Institute in Lima. After 12 years in a maximum security prison, he was released from prison in 2005 whereupon he returned to Chile. Arrested June 17, 2013 for a robbery at Banco Santander Pudahuel after a police chase. He was sentenced in 2014.
Jorge Rojas Mateluna
Special Unit High Security – high security prison – Modulo J (2nd floor)
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt.
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Sentenced to life imprisonment in 1994 accused of various actions from the years of his militancy in the FPMR ( “Frente Manuel Rodriguez Patriotic”): robbery, murder of a policeman, “illegal association” and infringement of the State Security Law. Following the law of amnesty for political prisoners in 2004 he is released. Arrested June 17, 2013 for the robbery at Banco Santander Pudahuel, he was sentenced in 2014.
René Molina Sanhueza
Special Unit High Security – high security prison – Modulo H North (3rd floor)
1902 Avenida Pedro Montt.
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Arrested in June 17, 2013 with Alejandro and Jorge for a robbery at Banco Santander in the municipality of Pudahuel. Rene was accused of robbery, attempted murder of a policeman, vehicle theft, possession of firearms, fake driver’s license and possession of a weapon of war. He was sentenced in 2014.
Other prisoners
Juan Tapia Olivares
Carcel south Santiago (Ex prison), Modulo D.
Avda. Pedro Montt 1902
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Ex-Lautarista arrested in 2010 for a process dating back to 1993, when the human rights activist Norma Vergara Caceres was killed by agents of DIPOLCAR. He sentenced in 2006 to 14 years.
Delfín Quezada Díaz
Carcel south Santiago (Ex prison), Modulo D.
Avda. Pedro Montt 1902
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Ex-Lautarista, he has already experienced prison for political offenses. Delfin was tried in 2006 by the Military Court and was rearrested in 2013.
Alberto Olivares Fuenzalida (detto “The only one “)
Colina I, Ex-prison, Prison Santiago Sur., Modulo A.
1902 Avda. Pedro Montt
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Former member of the FPMR and political prisoner in the 90s. Today is serving a definitive sentence for several expropriations. In prison he continues to participate in hunger strikes and mobilizations. He writes and is part of the collective “22 de Enero”.