Tag Archives: Aiden Aslin

2017: those that got away, those that we lost

Around this time of year, I usually try to do a kind of annual review. This time round, I really don’t feel up to that task, even in the limited terms of “news related to fields that I take an … Continue reading

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Court and prison news for late October

The last week of October saw a few different court dates for comrades across the country. In two separate arms trade-related cases, Sam and Dan were acquitted on a criminal damage charge for actions they took against military equipment being … Continue reading

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The centre cannot hold: 2016 in review

So, this was a pretty brutal year in a lot of ways. It wasn’t all grim all the time, but there was certainly more than enough pain and misery to go around. This is an attempt to try and trace … Continue reading

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A quiet victory: Notts cops cop out of Rojava case

It’s not the kind of story that makes for big, attention-grabbing headlines, but Nottingham saw an important victory against state repression this week, as the bail conditions against Aiden Aslin were finally dropped. Aiden has spent the last 8 months … Continue reading

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

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 … Continue reading

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The legacy of Cable Street: militant resistance against oppression today

At a time when so many people are commemorating the 80th anniversary of the historic victory over Mosley’s fascists at Cable Street, I thought it was worth taking a moment to remind people about two different court cases that both, … Continue reading

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Late September-early October round-up

The next few weeks look to be busy ones in all sorts of ways. Over the next few days, a “festival of ideas and actions” called LSE Resist will be happening in London, which sounds like it’ll have all kinds … Continue reading

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