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Hunger Strike in Alabama in response to COVID

On July 29th, anarchist prisoner Michael Kimble, fellow prisoner, Brandon Oden, and several others began a hunger strike from all foods other than water, in protest of the inept mishandling of the Covid-19 crisis at Easterling Correctional Facility. Issues include … Continue reading

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Michael Kimble needs a lawyer

Please donate here. Michael Kimble Poster HERE Michael Kimble is a passionate freedom fighter who has been held captive by the Alabama Department of Corrections for nearly 33 years. After defending himself during a homophobic attack by a known white … Continue reading

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Phone Zap 12/23: Michael Kimble Thrown in Lock-Up for Defending Fellow Prisoner

Supporters have learned that anarchist prisoner, writer, and organizer Michael Kimble was recently placed in segregation at Holman Correctional, in Alabama, for allegedly coming to the defense of a fellow prisoner who was being beaten by guards. He is urgently … Continue reading

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The Final Straw Radio: Fire Ant Journal

From The Final Straw Download This Episode In this June 11th special, we’re releasing an interview with some anarchist prisoners in the so-called U.S. and some of the folks who support them. June 11th, for people who don’t know, is … Continue reading

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The Final Straw: Michael Kimble, Akbar + Mustafa: Prisoners in Ohio and Alabama Speak

From The Final Straw Download This Episode In the first portion of this episode William and Bursts spoke with black, gay, anarchist prisoner, Michael Kimble, being held at Holman Prison in Alabama serving a life sentence for the murder of … Continue reading

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300 agents descend upon Holman prison

On 4/18/19, 300 agents from numerous agencies (FBI, Sheriff’s Office, State Police, ADOC CERT, Commissioner’s Office) descended upon Holman prison supposedly to conduct a complete search of the prison for weapons, drugs, and other contraband in an effort to stem … Continue reading

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Holman Report

For the last couple of years the Department of Justice has been conducting an investigation into the Alabama Department of Corrections. The investigation has come to a close and a report of the Justice Dept.’s findings has been published. The … Continue reading

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Black August Resistance 2018: Remembering the Inmates for Action

Originally written in early August, but delayed due to mail harassment “Born on the battlefield next to soldiers killed in this war, some of them veterans, some of them victims, all of them poor. The IFA ripped ‘em and gripped … Continue reading

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Support the National Prison Strike

On April 15, 2018, seven prisoners lost their lives and twenty-two others were injured in a gladiator-style fight at the Lee Correctional Facility in South Carolina after correctional officers fled the scene, locking the fighting prisoners inside a dormitory. These … Continue reading

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Riot squad attacks prisoners at Holman, solidarity calls needed

On June 19, the CERT (riot squad) began attacking prisoners at Holman prison in Alabama. Under the pretext of searching for contraband, prisoners were beaten and eight individuals were thrown in lockup. According to anarchist prisoner Michael Kimble (one of … Continue reading

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