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indonesia / philippines / australia | repression / prisoners | press release Thursday October 26, 2006 10:18 by Solidarity South Pacific
The «Sagada 11» are a group of anarchist prisoners falsely accused of taking part in attacks by communist guerillas on a military outpost in the northern Philippines.
The «Sagada 11» are a group of anarchist prisoners falsely accused of taking part in attacks by communist guerillas on a military outpost in the northern Philippines. Please spread information about this case as much as possible - they have been in prison for 7 months now, and have recieved very little international support.
Darwin Alagar, Cell 1 (age 21); Rundren Lao, Cell 3 (age 24); Jefferson Dela Rosa, Cell 3 (age 22); Metro Villegracia, Cell 4 (age 24); Neil Russell Balajadia, Cell 5 (age 25); Ronron Pandino, Cell 8 (age 23); Arvie Nunez, Cell 8 (age 23); Aldous Christian Mafosa , Cell 9 (age 19); Anderson Alonzo, Cell 12 (age 18).
Mail can be sent to: (name and cell number), c/o Jail Warden James Simon, Benguet Provincial Jail, Justice Hill, La Trinidad, Benguet 2601, Philippines
All of the prisoners read at least some English, and they are very interested in connecting with other anarchists, learning about punk and activism, as well as daily life, around the world. Gig posters and photos, flyers, stickers, patches and shirts would also be very well received. Bear in mind though, that they are accused of being communist guerillas and overtly political material could be used against them. The solidarity actions that have happened in the past have meant a lot to them, and would make a difference, especially if they could be sent photographs.
Also, funds are needed for basic neccesities, transportation and lodging for friends and family to visit, which also greatly assists their legal process, as the lawyers prefer to deal only with relatives.
For information on how to send money or other items to Manila, contact Solidarity South Pacific at solidaritysp@ lycos.com.
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