Filed under: Incarceration, Political Prisoners, Queer, Trans
Letter from Kara Wild, who has been incarcerated near Paris for one year now, for the burning of a cop car in May of 2016. The trial date isn’t set yet and 2 of 8 others people in the same investigation are also incarcerated. For more info (in French), go here.
4th of April, 2017
I would like people to know that I am not in accord with the statements I made to the judge.
It does not do to break with our principles just because of being afraid.
At the “trial” I plan on saying either nothing further or statements in accord with my principles. I am, have been for many years, & expect to always be, an anarchist.
I have the same principles & values that I had before I got arrested, & I never doubted them either. Being here has taught me some really important lessons I should’ve know before (but not the ones “they” want to teach.)
It’s important to me to be in solidarity with Krème. He’s my friend who I never met.
I’m so profoundly grateful for the support I have gotten in the form of books, letters, money & just positive energy sent.
I think it’s not even an exaggeration to say I would be dead without it.
No more laws No more lies
No more cages No more leaders
No more coffins No more history
Up with witches, up with wolves, up with whales
“No ! Sentence first, trial afterwards !” Replied the Queene of hearts.
– Alice in Wonderland