Solidarity against ISIS and the cops: Nottingham, Wednesday 19th October

Support for Aiden Aslin at the Beyond Europe camp this summer.

Just a quick reminder that the alleged YPG volunteer Aiden Aslin has a court date on Wednesday 19th, which will hopefully bring the news that the CPS have decided to drop all charges, but may yet turn out to be the start of a terrorism case. There’s a call-out for people who can make it to Nottingham Magistrates’ Court for 1pm in support on the day.

Meanwhile, the Rotherham 12 trial of people accused of taking direct action against Britain First continues in Sheffield. I’m not currently aware of any direct calls for support from the campaign, but keep an eye on their facebook page to keep up with what’s going on.

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