ACAB: Durham Police Cruiser Set on Fire

ACAB: Durham Police Cruiser Set on Fire

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(from ABC 11)

Durham police are investigating after one of their vehicles was set on fire early Sunday morning.

Authorities had set up the cruiser at Old Trail Drive and Covington Lane in an effort to deter burglaries in the area.

Police and the fire marshals are investigating.

Anyone with information should contact Durham police or Crimestoppers at (919) REV-ENGE

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Words of Fire 8 is Out!

Hello Friends and Comrades,

Greetings! The 8th issue of Words of Fire, our semi-regular ‘zine of prisoners’ writings, drawings, poetry, and news is out!!

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WoF 8 Cover

We have some amazing poems, essays and drawings! Our cover image was even a submission from a prisoner. We had amazing geographic diversity in our submissions. This issue includes submissions from as far away as California, as well…

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FLOOD EVERYWHERE

floodeverywherehandbill (1)From FLOOD EVERYWHERE

A march has also been called for in Chapel Hill on Sunday at 1:00PM.

Ecologically, socially, the present moment is an unfolding tragedy. We’re teetering on the edge of an historical cliff: on one side lies the ecological death of the planet, absolute spiritual bankruptcy, universal anxiety; on the other, the end of this way of living and the start of something completely new.

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THE HOWS AND WHYS OF PRISON ESCAPES

THE HOWS AND WHYS OF PRISON ESCAPES

swimming-to-freedomFrom Vice News

Over the course of his 50-year career, Donald E. Westlake wrote more than 100 books, the vast majority of them crime fiction—most often seen from the point of view of the criminals. In 1993, the Mystery Writers of America gave him their highest honor, naming him Grand Master, largely on the strength of his two classic series: one featuring hard-boiled burglar Parker (played on…

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Cell Phone Guide for US Protesters

Cell Phone Guide for US Protesters

cellphone1From Electronic Frontier Foundation

With major protests in the news again, we decided it’s time to update our cell phone guide for protestors. A lot has changed since we last published this report in 2011, for better and for worse. On the one hand, we’ve learned more about the massive volume of law enforcement requests for cell phone—ranging from location information to actual content—and…

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The Ex-Worker #28: Anarcha-Feminism, Part II

The Ex-Worker #28: Anarcha-Feminism, Part II

dont-try-to-break-us-well-explode-bFrom Crimethinc.

Back in Episode 26, theEx-Worker shared a panorama of dramatic stories from the lives and struggles of 19th and early 20th century anarchist women… but we didn’t focus much on their ideas. In the second episode of our three-part series on anarcha-feminism, we return our focus to the first generations of rebels who brought together anarchist and feminist currents, this time to…

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From One North Carolina Prison, Reports of an Eight-Month Lockdown

From One North Carolina Prison, Reports of an Eight-Month Lockdown

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Scotland CI

From Solitary Watch/ by Lisa Dawson

Across the United States, even prisoners who have not been placed in solitary confinement or any form of “segregation” can be subjected to a “lockdown” in which they may be held in solitary-like conditions, confined to their cells nearly round-the-clock. Brief lockdowns are a common occurrence, and lockdowns lasting months or more are not unusual.…

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When Cops Stay Hiding & Go Running: A Report Back from 8/8 Night of Action & 8/30 March for Ryan Ronquillo in Denver, CO

When Cops Stay Hiding & Go Running: A Report Back from 8/8 Night of Action & 8/30 March for Ryan Ronquillo in Denver, CO

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When Cops Stay Hiding & Go Running:
A Report Back from 8/8 Night of Action & 8/30 March for Ryan Ronquillo in Denver, CO

As the event to raise funds for Ryan Ronquillo’s family drew to a close and the banner reading “Justice for Ryan Ronquillo” was lowered, the crowd seemed anxious. There were about 60 people left of the 250 who came through the door for the event that was co-organized with the…

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The 119th Free Market

The 119th Free Market

Free Marketeers making piñatas for next month. You can check out more pictures here.

Free Marketeers making piñatas for next month. You can check out more pictures here.

From Really Free Carrboro

Saturday September 6th was the 9 Year and 11 Month Anniversary of the Carrboro Really Really Free Market. That’s 119 Really Really Free Markets. We celebrated by making piñatas for the 120th Really Really Free Market, the 10 year Anniversary next month on OCTOBER 4th at 2PM. Did we…

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In Legal Battle Over Grand-Jury Secrecy, Ninth Circuit Court Sides with The Stranger

In Legal Battle Over Grand-Jury Secrecy, Ninth Circuit Court Sides with The Stranger

The doors of the Ninth Circuit courthouse in downtown Seattle—the same courthouse that was vandalized on May Day 2012, sparking very aggressive law-enforcement activity over people's political beliefs.

The doors of the Ninth Circuit courthouse in downtown Seattle—the same courthouse that was vandalized on May Day 2012, sparking very aggressive law-enforcement activity over people’s political beliefs.

From The Stranger

Well, the court sided with The Stranger for the most part.

Last Friday, the Ninth Circuit published its opinion about our ongoing fight with the federal governmentover how secret…

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