éirígí condemns further arrests of anti-water charge protesters

Wed, Feb 11:

éirígí condemns the arrest of another four people, including a fourteen year old child, this morning in relation to a legitimate anti-Water Tax protest in Jobstown last year. With twelve arrests over the last three days it is now clear that the state is attempting to criminalise the largest mass movements of recent decades.

Attempts to criminalise legitimate political struggle have a long history in Ireland. For centuries those attempts have failed and they will fail again on this occasion. We extend our solidarity to all of those who have been arrested over recent days and repeat our call for the closure of all criminal investigations into the Joan Burton protest.

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Posted on February 12, 2015, in Anti-household and anti-water tax, éirígí, Economy and workers' resistance, Repression in 26-county state, twenty-six counties. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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