Arson Attack Against Courthouse in Berlin For G20 Prisoners

Published January 2, 2019

Arson Attack Against Courthouse in Berlin For G20 Prisoners

A courthouse in Berlin was set on fire on December 26, 2018 in soldarity with prisoners of the state as a result of their resistance to the G20.

From the communique:

“The enemy’s current attempts to condemn the few who have resisted the many cannot be left unanswered by our side.

On July 7th, 2017, a few hundred of us succeeded in what we had been propagating and hoping for in a multitude of scattered cells: to launch an offensive and uncompromising rejection of the spectacle of politics and to reject the staging of a dull social peace on the morning of the G20 summit in Hamburg. Even if the judiciary is trying to drag individuals who are allegedly responsible before their courts to try and close the Elbchausee chapter, for us this moment remains a sting, the aftermath of which will be felt right up until the next riot.

We would like to believe that courthouses catch fire on their own, but it wasn’t so in this case…

On 26.12.18, we poured fifteen liters of flammable liquid combined with styrofoam into the basement where files were stored and set it on fire.

We hope that the billows of smoke will send a little courage to Hamburg.

You hit us, but you didn’t hit us all.

Fire and flames to the jailers and their justice!”