Imprisoned

Giorgos Petrakakos

Arrested in 2015 and serving 36 years for being tried on charges of participating in Revolutionary Struggle and numerous bank robberies, only one of which he takes responsibility for.

In his own words:

"On September 24th and about 9 years after I had to violate my probation, I was arrested outside my house in Volos together with my wife Maria Theofilou right before the eyes of our two infant children.

Maxim Yahnieshka

Maxim Yahnieshka is an antifascist from Grodno. On September 7, 2016, he was sentenced to 3 years of custodial restraint for a fight with right-wing hooligans (art. 186 Threat of homicide, malicious bodily harm or property destruction) and for robbing another hooligan of his hat (art. 206.2 Robbery with threat of violence + art. 339.1 Hooliganism).

Vadim Boyko

Vadim Boyko is an antifascist supporter of FC Partyzan from Minsk. He was detained on March 22, 2016 together with other people on suspicion of participating in the attack on the right-wing hooligans that happened about two years ago. On March 10, 2017 sentenced to 4 years of jail. FC Partyzan (former MTZ-RIPO) is an antiracist football club that doesn’t exist any more, while there are still some active groups of hooligans involved in street fights.

Georges Ibrahim Abdallah

Georges is a Lebanese Arab struggler for Palestine, imprisoned
in French prisons for over 32 years. Georges Abdallah's case has built
significant support in Lebanon and in France, and Palestinian prisoners
have highlighted the importance of Abdallah's case as part of the struggle
of the Palestinian political prisoners for freedom and liberation.

Oleg Sentsov

Oleg was senteced to 20 years in prison after a trial described by Amnesty International as “redolent of Stalinist-era show trials.”

Sentsov and his co-defendant Alexander Kolchenko, who received a 10-year sentence, were accused of planning terrorist acts in Crimea after the peninsula was annexed by Russia.

Mauricio Hernández Norambuena

Mauricio is one of the most significant oppositors to the chilean military dictatorship first and, later, to the "democratic" transition guided by the same dictator Pinochet (until his
death).

Case Background:

In 1976, during the dictatorship, Mauricio was a Communist Party militant, while in 1983 he was one of the founders of the Manuel Rodríguez Patriotic Front (FPMR), an organization borned as the military organization of the Communist Party that later developed its own authonomy to fight and defeat the dictatorship on the military plan.

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