Anarchist prisoners Tamara Sol & Tato fasting in solidarity with the comrades on hunger strike

tamtatoComrades and close ones:

We currently find ourselves within a context in which three comrades in prison are confronting the judicial/political/media apparatus, in order to achieve certain goals. The comrades have opted for struggling through their bodies, carrying out a hunger strike and thereby showing strength and resilience in their actions and words.

Unto this, we call out to mobilize in solidarity with comrades Nataly Casanova, Juan Flores and Guillermo Duran. At the same time, we Tamara Sol Farías and Tato (Natalia Collado) will begin a solidarity fast by having one meal a day, beginning today, March 20th onwards, notwithstanding the radicalization of these actions in the coming days.

Our comrades need strength, love and solidarity now!!

No prisoner is alone [in this struggle]!!

Tato (Natalia Collado)

Tamara Sol Farías

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In (Insurrect) Memory of Mauricio Morales. Fiery Solidarity with Natally, Juan and Guillermo on 30 + Day Hunger Strike.

nataly nataly1Written statement found in between the barricades and Molotov cocktails at the AustralUniversity of Chile (UACH), around noon on Wednesday May 13th, 2015:

“It is the time to act in our everyday life with our affine ones, for the destruction of the industrial prison complex and any social attempt to reform that disgusting system of death. Solidarity must never be an empty phrase, but an everyday action confronting power and supporting those who are sequestered in this war to the death.” Mauricio Morales.

It is now May, and we cannot forget the date that is arriving. The death of an anarchist brother who fell during the unexpected explosion of a bomb, which would have detonated under the noses of the bastard torturers known as prison guards, on that cold night of May 22nd, 2009.

It has now been 6 years since Maury’s passing, a painful parting for all those who feel a call to action. Not for those cowards that fill their mouths with pretty words of future societies and the like. No! We refer to the anti-authoritarian environment that carries action and solidarity in their hands. Not empty words, but hatred towards all forms of Power and Authority, as well as the unconditional love for our fallen and imprisoned comrades.

With this action, we remember Maury for his courage, for his contributions in the struggle against power. Because of course, our comrade did not just struggle a single night, but an entire life of combat.

Helping out in social centres, occupations, workshops, libraries, various events, meetings, barricades, university actions, confrontations with the police, and so much else. His environment is proud of him, and they carry him with them and express their love to the comrades that wish to remember him in various ways.

We did not know him personally, but we feel the need to remember him with fire and propaganda, so that these dates will never go unnoticed. We feel the love and the pain of his siblings that insist in having an iconoclastic memory, which is dignified of being rekindled and greeted. A strong hug to all of them, strength to you all and may this actions and these words bring about a smile on your face in these difficult days. Our accomplice actions to you all with always continue on the same path.

We act in order to attack the prevailing order, its symbols and defenders, sharpening this conflict against Power. We bring onto the streets the insurrect memory of Mauricio Morales and of course, not forgetting our sisters and brothers who resist in prison. Our fire is in direct revolutionary solidarity with Nataly Casanova. Juan Flores and Guillermo Duran that so far have carried out a 30 day hunger strike.

We know that since last September 2014, a witch hunt began in order to save the entities of “public safety” of absolute failure in order to find those responsible for the explosive artifacts that detonated in Santiago (Escuela Militar, SUbcentro and two Police Divisions).

In the middle of an ominous investigation that sustains itself primarily on the mass media serving those in Power, those who are arrested are Nataly Casanova and Juan Flores. They are arrested under the infamous Anti-Terrorist law, leaving them in pre-trial prison for 10 months, along with Guillermo Duran who was left on complete house arrest for the same period.

During the last few months, the comrades have confronted the judicial processes with dignity, despite the constant harassment made by the prison guards.

This constant hit against our comrades by those in Power has been followed by the arrest of yet another person. Enrique Guzman, a friend of those charged was also arrested in connection with the case, for the sole fact that he had maintained his systematic support and solidarity to the prisoners.

On April 14th, 2015, comrades Nataly Casanova, Juan Flores and Guillermo Duran initiated a liquid indefinite hunger strike with a statement that demands the following:

 Immediate charges to be dropped against Enrique Alfonso Guzman Amadeo, considering the ridiculous accusations, and absurd evidence presented by the Prosecutor.

 To present DNA evidence that has been lacking in the case thus far. Currently the DNA tests show there to be no definitive link between the accused and any explosive artifact. The Prosecutor has argued that traces can be found after the incident, even when forensic experts discard its validity as evidence.

 An end to the harassment and persecution that the repressive forces have enabled against our loved ones and our environment. In this way seeking to threaten and criminalize those that wish to manifest their active and unconditional love and support Clear proof of this is the harassment demonstrated by the arrest of our comrade Enrique, who has decided to help us periodically, with nothing to hide from anyone. This as well as the arrest of a friend who was taken by the neck and taken into an unmarked car.

 This harassment must be stopped both in and out of prison, since we are also harassed by Chilean prison guards. Our response has been in no way submissive, which has made us suffer quite a bit of punishment and aggression.

 We demand an immediate solution for our comrade Nataly Antonieta Casanova Muñoz, who has been in severe isolation since her arrival at the San Miguel prison. Prison guards have ignored the order to change her unit and thus our comrade is in a state of “prison limbo.” Wedemand the immediate transfer of our comrade so she may have contact with other inmates and more time outdoors (she has only had an hour of yard time since she came to the prison, which is highly unusual).

SOLIDARITY WITH NATALY CASANOVA, JUAN FLORES & GUILLERMO DURAN on a 30+ Day Hunger Strike!

With Maury in our Memory and Anarchist Action!

Not a single minute of silence! An Entire Life of Combat!

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Land Purchase, Expropriation, or Territorial Control? The Territory should not be Bought, it should be Reclaimed!

llaitulBy Hector Llaitul

There are segments in the Mapuche movement that emphasize the importance of reclaiming the land, independently of how these lands come back into our hands. The CAM has never abided by this logic, and is the reason why our organization has taken a step aside whenever leaders begin to negotiate lands through institutional means.

The various experiences in territorial reclamation show us that there are different ways to go about the struggle, and when interventionism begins, petty interests, conflicts and divisions also come about. In this context, those of us who oppose negotiations and continue pushing the line of Territorial Control are no longer welcome in some circles.

All Mapuche agree on the idea of land reclamation; unfortunately, we are divided at the moment of defining how the reclamation of usurped territory comes about, most importantly, the objective behind said reclamations. Therefore, the Mapuche organizations and leaders that participate in these processes should be held accountable for their outcomes.

The CAM has always had the strategic objective of National Liberation, and therefore, we have never agreed on using negotiations for the reclamation of land through institutional means. Much less within the framework of neoliberal governance that only safeguards private interests and that of the system.

We should reflect and debate over these diverse forms to come about a solution for the Mapuche People, now that the relation between the Chilean State and the Mapuche Nations has become increasingly polarized due to the territorial conflict. Up till now, these solutions have fallen in the framework of the neoliberal model, which demonstrates that the Chilean State does not have real political will to deal with the territorial demand of the Mapuche People, as a Nation. Instead it leaves these demands at the whim of the market economy.

This lack of political will has only led to partial solutions, many of which have led to more divisive conflict between our very communities. To demonstrate, here are the following examples:

  • Land claims petition through the National Corporation for Indigenous Development (CONADI), without previous conflict. The reality faced by most communities is that this process takes years at a time. The land is generally bought in other places than the ones petitioned, which produces uprooting from the original territory.
  • Land is bought from a territory, within a community in conflict with the State and is then given to a “peaceful” community or vis versa, generating conflict between different communities.
  • Territorial occupation that takes place solely to be used as an instrument to pressure for an institutional solution. There is no intension for carrying out Territorial Control, just the purchase of lands.
  • Productive reclamations and/or land under territorial control that is later arbitrated through politicians, the cooptation of leaders, companies, or government representatives in order to force negotiations or the purchase of lands. It is the result of most of the emblematic conflicts. It should be noted that in all these cases, the communities must be organized under the Indigenous Law, similar to a neighbourhood collective in order to purchase the lands, which promotes the individualization of the land in question. It is in this way that because of personal or political reasons, the community is then divided into two or three more segments, excluding other families that were part of the reclamation process.

Together with all of the previously mentioned, it is important to note the many communities that do exert Territorial Control and have not been co-opted to date through the negotiations process and are the exception to the rule, including: Ruka Ñanco and Contulmo (approx. 10 years); Puntilla de Tanquepe and & Choque (approx. 8 years); El Canelo and Las Huellas (approx. 6 years) [among others].

Solutions to the Mapuche Indigenous Land Conflict

  1. The Institutional Route

 

Currently there are two institutional routes for the redistribution or return of lands on behalf of the State: the Expropriation or Lands based on a legislative or political solution, and the purchase of lands based on the market economy.

 

Reformist Solution: The Expropriation of Lands

 

The biggest expropriation carried out in Chile was during the Agrarian Reform. The first law was Number 15,020 of 1962, under the government of Jorge Alessandri and the second, Number 16,640 in 1967 under the government of Eduardo Frei Montalva. The process was carried out in the context of an uprising popular movement and the New Latin American Left during the Cold War, at which time the US was at first forced to support and promote the reformist governments subscribed under the Alliance for Progress. In the case of Chile, economic and political funding was given primarily to Christian Democrat Eduardo Frei Montalva. Later on, between the years 1970 and 1973, the expropriation process accelerated abruptly during the Salvador Allende government, due to the pressure made by the organized peasantry. Close to 4,400 agricultural estates were expropriated during this time, adding to more than 6.4 million hectares. In the Araucania Region, 574 estates were expropriated, which equalled  636 thousand hectares of land; of these 574 estates, 138 estates (approximately 132 thousand hectares) were handed to the Mapuche.

 

The policies of expropriation in this first context were within the context of a State decision that sought out reparation and justice at the time, albeit reformist. As well, the historic demands of the peasantry, as a response to the high levels of poverty, migration to the city and large quantity of land that was considered then to be unproductive for the country were also factor in the development of these policies.

Neoliberal Solution: Land Purchases through the CONADI

 

We have to consider firstly that the current policy for the purchase of land by the Chilean State is given within the context of the imposing Capitalist system and its continuity on our territory. This imposition is initiated with the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, and his support of the Angelini and Matte private interest groups. State policies, such as the Forestry Model is developed through Law 701 of 1974, which subsidizes 75% of the cost of pine plantation, management and administration.

 

These policies are continued in the Democratic era, through the governments of La Concertación and the Alliance. At the same time the policies developed for the return of lands through Indigenous Law 19,253 (which passed through Congress on September 28th, 1993), continue to uphold the interests of large private forestry companies, and with it Capitalism.

 

Moreover, these policies aid in deviating the objective of Mapuche communities to reclaiming their ancient territory, usurped by estate lords, and then passed onto the hands of Forestry companies. Thus allowing for the purchase and return of lands outside the areas of conflict and/or focusing exclusively on private estates (agriculturalists).

 

foto_0000000520121014205322The above allows us to conclude that the governments in turn have facilitated and privileged the resolution of conflicts through the purchase of agricultural estates, while defending the forestry companies that are the economic base of the Capitalist Chilean State.

 

Unto this situation, the position of the CAM has always been clear. It is due to our Anti-Capitalist position that our objective has been and will be firstly be the relinquishment of the Forestry Companies, as well as Hydroelectric or Mining investments. The conflict against the agriculturalists, descendants of settlers, in the case of some communities are also to made note of when dealing with large extensions of land that were part of our ancient territory.

 

Nonetheless, we are emphatically against conflict with small scale farmers and peasants, since they are not strategic objectives for the territorial and political reconstruction of our People. On the contrary, conflicts that are generated with farmers only fuel the mass media bias against our Mapuche People, taking support and sympathy away from our just demands.

 

It is in this way the current policy for the purchase of lands through the CONADI is carried out with a Neo-liberal framework. That is to say, it is managed through the market system, which only seeks the safeguard and promotion of Capitalist investment in the territory. Therefore, any economic transaction that is made will be capitalized upon and will never be in favour of our People. Every process that involves a purchase of land allows for the victory of the system itself, and in particular, for the agriculturalist or forestry company that after years of occupation on Mapuche lands are compensated with thousands of dollars so they can keep investing.

 

This is why it is extremely important to analyse how the Capitalist system projects itself on Wallmapu, in comparison with territorial demands of our People. Especially now that this government is set to promote a Bill that seeks to incentivize investment in the Forestry industry, duplicating the number of pine and eucalyptus plantations through an amendment to Law 701.

 

According to the [Chilean] National Forestry Corporation (CONAF): “Those that will benefit directly will be indigenous communities in the Region, which in many cases have received land through the CONADI that had been used as a plantation by previous owners, and will now have the chance plant on their own with State subsidies.” Together with the previous information, the policy of land purchase, based in the Indigenous Law, promotes the subdivision of the already reduced reservations in “Mapuche neighbourhood  assemblies,” or so-called “communities by this Law.

 

As an example, we can look at the situation of the El Canelo estate (owned by Volterra) in Arauco, wherein due to the negotiations process, the estate will be given to seven “Mapuche neighbourhood  assemblies,”  due to the subdivision of various reservations (Ranquilhue, Choque, Miquihue, El Malo) through the destruction of the ancient community. The same could happen in the Puntilla de Tranaquepe estate, owned by Mininco Forestry Inc.

 

The return of the El Canelo estate will be most likely viewed by Mapuche institutional leaders as a great victory. They, along with Volterra Inc and the government, will be placing a tombstone on the notion of Territorial Control, carried out for years by the families of Choque and Miquihue, who independently carried out a unitary process supported by the CAM until now.

 

This process is a failure for our organization, since it represents a neoliberal escape to the struggle. Firstly, by selling the land to a “Mapuche neighbourhood assembly,” it legitimizes assimilation and integration, because it does not represent the ancient organization of our people. Secondly, Volterra Forestry Incorporate will leave with their hand full; and thirdly, interventionism will come after the return of the estate, most likely through Law 701.

 

That is to say, Law 701 will no longer just subsidize the large Forestry companies usurping the territory, but the very “communities” that have taken part in these negotiations. Through “the communities’” own plantation of foreign pine and eucalyptus, the Forestry Industry will reincorporate the land that had been previously under Territorial Control, and thus continue to have power over these plantations. From our point of view, this constitutes as a real collusion between the Chilean State and the Forestry Industry, whose only strategic objective is that teh El Canelo estate continue to serve the purposes of Capitalism.

 

Beforehand there existed three major emblematic land claims conflicts against a tourist business elite and agriculturalists that were forced into this solution: The Osvaldo Carvajal estate in Lleu Lleu , Urban in Ercilla and Luchsinger in Vilcun. It is a very serious matter to have conflicts against Forestry companies end this way, especially considering that these are the main sustainers of the Capitalist system in Wallmapu.

 

  1. The Autonomous Route, by the Mapuche People for National Liberation: Territorial Control

 

If the territory is the material base for our existence as a People, at the same time, Territorial Control is its political, social and cultural exercise for our projection as such.

 

zanja en fundo la romana 057.jpgIt is in this way that the reclamation of our territory and the exercise of Territorial Control are related and intertwined. If the objective is the liberation of our Nation, said process must be autonomous, and not under the whim of the Chilean State, and much less the market. That is to say, it implies the real liberation of all forms of oppression, whether it is economic, political or ideological, which are imposed by negotiations and land purchase process. The reclamation of the ancient territory represents the reconstruction of our People, the development of our people as a political subject, and not as the object of State policies whose only purpose is integration and domestication.

 

Therefore, the objective of Territorial Reclamation is the liberation of the territory from the Capitalist market, and subsequently is also the liberation of ourselves as a People. This forces us transform said territorial space and the reconstruction of our own ways and practices; advancing from the reservation to our traditional Lov and Ayllarewe, to politically recreate our territorial identities as the base of the Mapuche Nation. That is to say, it is not just about reclaiming a physical space, but to transform it through Territorial Control.

 

The current Indigenous Law and the purchase land policy constitute an inverse process, which completely destroys our world and our organization. It is more destructive than the formation of the reservation through Treaty title; we are talking about the complete individualization of our People through the purchase of land to “Mapuche Neighbourhood Assemblies.” Unfortunately, the Capitalist logic of private property is propelled by some, and hurries us into negotiations, into purchases and signing papers; that is, more submission.

 

rucananco lleu-lleuTerritorial Control, on the other hand is a slow and paced process that requires patience and sacrifice. It can be initiated with actions of resistance, such as the sabotage of forestry equipment and the expulsion of police forces (such as the cases of El Guairao, Las Huellas, etc.). It is continued with productive reclamation, that is, with harvest, the construction of traditional houses, the demarcation of guillatwe and paliwe, planting traditional medicines like rewe and guillatun. Finally, it is organized self-defense that allows the reconstruction to advance and maintain itself in Territorial Control.

It is due to all of this that a call to the communities becomes imperative, to continue the experiences of Territorial Control and stop the negotiations that seek our consolidation to the dominant economic system. It is necessary to generate more debate to stop corrupt and opportunist leadership that act like political agents of government and of the Capitalist system.

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Mapuche Political Prisoners Reach Agreement after 47 Days on Hunger Strike

Huelga de Hambre terminado       This past Friday, the Mapuche Political Prisoners that were on hunger strike in Angol prison (so-called southern Chile), reached an agreement with the Government, the Minister of Justice and Minister of Health.

The four Peñi [Brothers], two of which have been convicted and two of which are awaiting trial under judicial set-ups, therefore stopped the mobilization. Freddy Marileo, the spokesperson for the Mapuche Political Prisoners, explained that the agreement consisted in the transferring Peñi Luis Marileo and Cristian Melinao to the Centre for Study and Work (CET) of Angol, in less than 20 days.

On the other hand, the Peñi Claudio Huentecol and Miguel Toro, who remain in Angol prison, asked for an improvement in visiting hours and in case of conviction, they would be immediately transferred to the Centre for Study and Work of Angol.

The spokesperson stated that they “will remain alert in the case of continuing the mobilization. At this moment, there has not been a concrete agreement, which will only be solidified once the Peñi are transferred to the CET or all of our demands have been met.”

The hunger strike has thus come to an end, and the Mapuche Political Prisoners will be transferred to Victoria Hospital in order to stabilize their health and go through various medical checkups, after having lost between 12 and 20 Kg of weight during the 47 day hunger strike.

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Two Arson Attacks on Logging Trucks in the Province of Arauco, Wallmapu (so-called $hile)

foto_0000000120150514080225May 15th, 2015

Two arson attacks were carried out early Thursday morning at various points in the Araucania Region.

The first took place in at the Mariposas Estate, located on Highway CH181that connects the townships of Curacautín with Victoria, in the Province of Malleco.

According to police reports, the unknown suspects entered the area and lit fire to a shed that contained logging equipment.

Guards confronted the suspects, which gave way to shots being fired, although police assert there were no injuries reported.

Due to the incident a tractor, as well as an excavator, were completely destroyed.

Logging trucks and Look-Out Posts Damaged in Mininco

foto_0000000220150514080225Meanwhile, the other incident took place in an area of Mininco, on Highway 5 South, at the northern exit of the Araucania Region.

It was there that three logging trucks and a pedestrian lookout post were burnt down, and police are investigating on the scene.

Close to 20 armed hooded suspects forced out the truck drivers to complete the attack, and the fire reached the nearby look-out post, according to witnesses.

During the morning hours, the Provincial Prosecutor, Luis Espinoza, stated that they would work with investigators and local police to search for clues in connection to two other similar incidents in the townships of Caracautín and Victoria.

“The attacks were simultaneous, which provoked the arson of three trucks and a look-out pedestrian post. It was a coordinated attack, dividing themselves between the trucks, and intimidating the drivers with long and short firearms,” alleged the prosecutor.

The local Government representative of the Araucania Region, Mario Gonzalez, stated that there would be charges against those responsible for the incidents.

“We are investigating the incidents with the arson of these trucks and the look-out posts to come up with possible charges,” stated the representative.

“Everyone rejects these actions that do not favour the development of the region,” added Gonzalez.

In the area, pamphlets related to the Mapuche land conflict were found, stating the freedom of [Mapuche Political Prisoner] Patricio Queipul.

Source: Radio Cooperativa

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Mapuche Community Member, Underground since 2012, Detained due to Medical Issues

mapuche_82859Mapuche Community Member, Underground since 2012, Detained due to Medical Issues.

Paulino Levipan Collan, young Mapuche of the Wente Winkul Mapu community, is in serious condition in Temuco Hospital.

Paulino Levipan participated in the Angol prison hunger strike in 2012, and after having been released from prison, he went in hiding from the police. That is, until May 5th 2015, when he decided to admit himself to hospital in the town of Victoria, since he had been suffering from strong migraines from a recent police beating at the time of his arrest 15 days earlier.

Paulino Levinao, was then transferred overnight to Temuco Hospital, where he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, and is under police surveillance. According to the information given by hospital administration, he is in serious condition, as well as unable to recognize visitors according to family and friends.

We ask that people remain attentive to this developing situation

Wente Winkul Mapu Community

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WALLMAPU SPECIAL REPORT: Santiago Court Reaffirms Conviction against Comrade Tamara Sol (Castellano abajo)

Santiago Court Reaffirms Conviction against Comrade Tamara Sol

Solidarity for Tamara Sol

Today, May 5th 2015, the Santiago Court of Appeal presented the verdict against our sister, Tamara Sol Farías Vergara. The court rejected the appeal presented by the defense and reaffirmed the sentence dictated on February 4th 2015, in which Sol was convicted to 7 years in prison, 61 days of probation, as well as a series of monthly payments to the courts. The family was devastated by the sentence, who had hoped the sentence would be reduced. Nonetheless, we know that “justice is not for the poor,” as Tamara Sol’s father, David Farías Delva, stated in leaving the court room.

Once the sentence was read, the family’s desperation was noted in the protest and frustration of Tamara Sol’s grandmother, who jumped at the judge and was brutally repressed by the judicial police. The elder mother and activist, Luisa Toledo, has had to endure years of frustration and suffering due to the murder of her two 16 and 18 year old children by the secret police during the military dictatorship, better known as the Vergara brothers, and has struggled for justice and the imprisonment of her sons’ murderers for over  30 years. However, the murderers remain immune walking freely through the streets, while today her granddaughter has been taken to prison in a clearly political trial against the family.

Solidarity was also seen outside the Santiago Court House, where the streets were full of youth protesting the unjust conviction and in support of Sol. The protest was heavily repressed by special force police of the GOPE, attacking protestors and even those of us exiting the Court.

Tamara Sol Farías Vergara (25) was convicted for first degree attempted murder for the shooting of Ronaldo Francisco Vargas Fuentes, a bank security guard for Banco Estado, who was not hurt in the incident. However, she still sanctioned heavily by a crocked justice system that has been made to oppress the poor.

 FREE TAMARA SOL! SOLIDARITY with the Vergara family!! Marrichiweu!!

The Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

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Corte de Apelaciones de Santiago rechaza recurso de nulidad y condena a la compañera TAMARA SOL

Hoy, 5 de mayo del 2015, la segunda corte de apelaciones de Santiago dictamino sentencia en contra de nuestra hermana Tamara Sol Farías Vergara. La corte rechazo el recurso de nulidad que presentaron los abogados defensores  y reafirmo la condena dictada el 4 de Febrero del 2015, en donde se condenaba a Sol a 7 años de prisión, 61 días de libertad vigilada más de una serie de pagos mensuales. Fue un golpe duro para la familia que esperaba que la sentencia fuera reducida, pero como sabemos “la justicia no es para los pobres,” como bien decía su padre, David Farías Delva, a la salida del tribunal.

Una vez escuchada la sentencia, la desesperación de la familia se hizo notar en la protesta y en la impotencia de su abuelita que se fue en contra de la jueza, acto que fue brutalmente reprimido por la policía judicial. Años de impotencia y de sufrimiento que lleva la anciana madre, Luisa Toledo, a quien primero le asesinaron y arrebataron a sus dos hijos de 16 y 18 años durante la dictadura militar, conocidos como los hermanos Vergara y que ha estado luchando durante todos estos años por lograr justicia y encarcelar a los culpables. Pero han pasado más de 30 años, y aun los asesinos caminan libres por las calles, y hoy le arrebatan a su nieta en un caso claramente de persecución política en contra de la familia.

La solidaridad se hizo notar también en las afueras del tribunal, donde las calles estaban repletas de jóvenes, lo cuales protestaban por la injusta condena y en apoyo a Sol. La protesta fue reprimida brutalmente por policías del GOPE, los cuales arremetieron contra todos, e incluso contra  los que salíamos del tribunal.

Tamara Sol Farías Vergara, de 25 años fue condenada por ser autora de homicidio calificado en grado frustrado por el delito de disparar en contra de Ronaldo Francisco Vargas Fuentes, un guardia de seguridad del Banco del Estado, el cual ni siquiera fue dañado por la acción de Sol. Aun así ella fue sancionada duramente por parte de una ley sorda, siega y muda que está hecha, delineada, y planificada para someter a los pobres.

SOL A LA CALLE!! SOLIDARIDAD la familia Vergara!! Marrichiweu!!

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