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A Message From Eric to his Supporters and Info on his Recent Transfer

On Friday morning Eric boarded a plane, leaving C.C.A. Leavenworth behind for good. He was transferred to the Grady County Jail in Chickasha, Oklahoma, which is the facility the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) uses to house prisoners during transfer when the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City is full. Continue reading

US General Strike September 9th

Prisons are nothing more than a form of social control. A warehouse for those who refuse to function as cogs in the US death machine, for those who are a surplus population in times of mass unemployment, for those otherized by white-supremacist capitalist patriarchy, for slaves in the modern day US plantations. Continue reading

Eric King Turns 30 on August 2nd

This year has already been full of changes for EK; from getting married, to being sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, to one day soon getting moved to his designated facility, to now turning 30. His journey really does seem to be full of transitions. There are some tough, unexpected ones that he faces head on, and some that are just exciting. One thing we know for sure is that there are good things in the work amidst all the intensity. Continue reading

Feeling Forgotten Feels Worst Than Dying” A Poem by Eric King in Solidarity with Chelsea Manning

Via: SupportEricKing.org They take away your voice you loose touch with yourself. If you aren’t moving forward do we even exist? Instagram, tinder, never made a hashtag. Everyone is street walking playing Pokemon Go I don’t even have a phone. It’s so easy to feel alone Feeling Forgotten Feels worse than dying. They turned your … Continue reading

Eric King Sentencing Set: Tuesday, June 28, 11:30am

The sentencing date for Eric has been set for Tuesday, June 28th at 11:30am. Help us pack the courtroom! Continue reading

US prisons: June 11th statement by Casey Brezik

I’m for prisoner support systems. Support is comfort, but comfort from people that care about us rather than people who would rather beat us and look for reasons and excuses to take away what comforts we have. It’s comparable to at least psychological child abuse within these walls. They wish us no good. Some may be indifferent, but there are no well-wishers despite their words. From the outside is where our true comfort comes from. Continue reading

Conditions of Confinement: New Zine by Kansas City Anarchist Prisoner Casey Brezik

Casey Brezik, an anarchist from Missouri, was arrested in September, 2010 for attacking and slashing the throat of the Dean of the Metropolitan community College-Penn Valley. This zine is a compilation of the personal diary entries that Casey wrote in July of 2015 surrounding the response to an assault on a fellow inmate by the CO’s. The honesty and candor is rare amongst anarchist writings. Continue reading

Please Be Thoughtful Regarding What You Send Me: Casey Brezik

Advisory Please be thoughtful regarding what you send me. Materials on inciting riots, advocating violence or insulting the pigs will not be allowed in. I’m under heavy surveillance which is almost certain to follow me upon my release. The secret service, FBI, Missouri Highway Patrol and the KCPD served the search warrant on my house. … Continue reading

Our comrade Hybachi LeMar still needs $2500 for his legal defense. He has been in jail since July!! LeMar is an organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World. https://fundly.com/hybachi-lemar-legal-fund

“A Little Bit of So Much Me” Greetings From Missouri Anarchist Prisoner Casey Brezik

I’m an anarchist because I’ve seen so much unnecessary suffering and recognize its roots in a system of deception and exploitation. I’m an anarchist because I feel I’ve opened my eyes and instead of simply conforming, I find more value and meaning in resisting. Frivolous on the grander scale, maybe, but relevant to my inner peace and being right with myself. I’m an anarchist because I have a lot of love for people and hate to see anyone being oppressed because of who they are, where they come from, or whatever other reason people come up with to justify their actions. I believe in the underdog because I am the underdog, as so many of us are. Continue reading