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> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 06 January 2011
> 6th memorial protest and new trial for Oury Jalloh in Dessau
> On January 7th, 2005 Oury Jalloh burnt with his hands and feet tied in a police cell in Dessau. The trial against the accused police man ended with acquit in December 2008. On demand of the Initiative in remembrance of Oury Jalloh the incidental action contradicted against the verdict at the federal court (Bundesgerichtshof, BGH) - rightly. (...) The BGH decided therefore that the trial against one of the accused police men has to start again because the family of the victim has the right to get a legal procedure. Before the trial starts on January 12 there will be demonstrations in Dessau (7 January) and Magdeburg (8 January)
> GermanMore information (English, The Voice))
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 06 January 2011
> German Journalist gets cleared from secret service
> Three years after the anti-G8 protests in Heiligendamm, German Journalist Friedrich Burschel wins case against secret service (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfVS) ). They have to stop spying on him and have to destroy the information they gathered on him. Friedrich Burschel discovered that the service was targeting him, when he was denied accreditation as a journalist at the G8-summit in 2007. Earlier in 2009 he had already won a first court case denouncing that fact.
> Press release from his lawyer
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 24 December 2010
> Bookstores searched again in Berlin
> For the seventh time this year, leftist bookshops in Berlin have been invaded and searched by police for selling 'criminal literature'. The object on December 22 was the radical weekly Interim nr. 721
> more informationWebsite 'reading without censorship'
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 December 2010
> Progress Lawyers: Big Brother Watching Team
> The network of progressive lawyers in Belgium announced January 2011 to be 'protect your privacy month' and launched a 'Big Brother Watching Team'.
> More information in Dutch
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 17 December 2010
> EsCULcA requer intervencion do Defensor del Pueblo
> Esculca filed a complaint before the ombudsman, who is in charge of implementing the national mechanism for the prevention of torture, calling for his intervention in relation to the brutal beating of Silvio Polo in the provincial court of A Corunha and Teixero prison on 8 April 2010 by Guardia Civil officers. The beatings were allegedly repeated and took place in front of several witnesses (Guardia Civil officers, police officers and detainees).
> The prisoner's account (p. 1)The prisoner's account (p. 2)EsCULcA requer intervencion do Defensor del Pueblo
> Esculca
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 16 December 2010
> Free access to two unique resources on civil liberties in Europe
> Statewatch is pleased to announce free access to its specialist civil liberties websites Full access to these resources was previously only available to paid subscribers 1. The Statewatch database with 27,000 articles on civil liberties in Europe dating back 20 years (http://database.statewatch.org) 2. The SEMDOC website: Statewatch European Monitoring Centre on EU Justice and Home Affairs policy (http://www.statewatch.org/semdoc)
> Press release (pdf)Statewatch databaseSemdoc
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 11 December 2010
> Justice for Alfie Meadows
> This is a (facebook)group for justice for Alfie Meadows, 20, student at Middlesex University, who was injured during the Anti-cuts Protests on the 9th of December 2010 in London. Alfie was rushed to hospital for emergency brain surgery after he was hit with a police truncheon during last night's tuition fees protest. Alfie Meadows developed bleeding on his brain when he was hit as he tried leave the 'kettling' area outside Westminster Abbey, his mother said. The student fell unconscious on the way to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where he underwent a three-hour operation to save his life.
> facebook-grouppagemore background information
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 08 December 2010
> Reading without censorship
> After a wave of police-searches in leftist bookshops in Germany, Unzensiertes Lesen calls for a collective defense against state censorship
> Website Unzensiert LesenSign on (pdf, German)
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 28 November 2010
> Aprite gli archivi di stato, verita sulle stragi
> Following recent acquittals in the trial into a bombing in Brescia dating back to the years of lead, an appeal signed by 30,000 people in only a few days, calls for the removal of the "State secret" on all relevent documents held by state bodies. In application of the law that reformed the intelligence services and the regime on state secrets (n.124 of 3 August 2007), its use elapses after thirty years, and must either be removed or renewed. As it is one of a number of tragedies that have marked Italy's history and remain unexplained, often due to silence and cover-ups over key events, the appeal calls for the relevant commission to show a "political will" to clarify them, describing the possibility of state secrets being renewed in these matters as "unacceptable".
> Aprite gli archivi di stato, verita sulle stragi
> several associations (on Repubblica newspaper)
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 26 November 2010
> Courtcase on Dutch fingerprint-passport
> Foundation Privacy First and 22 others will have a first hearing by court for refusing to hand over their fingerprints to the Dutch state at requesting a new passport
> press release Privacy First
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 26 November 2010
> Norwegian crackdown: fatti e note a margine
> On 6 November 2010, the Autistici Inventati (A/I) ISP which hosts mailboxes and a number of activist discussion groups, informed its users that an Italian investigation had resulted in all the data on its Norwegian servers being seized in an operation by the Norwegian police. It stressed that "even though A/I is not directly implicated" all our user's data (mostly encrypted) have been acquired by someone who, at most, had a warrant to conduct one specific search". They argued that the Italian postal police has a bad "habit" of "rummaging through hundreds or thousands of people's data, even just to find a single e-mail", adding that the operation was "unnecessary" because they had already found that the information that was sought did not exist when they were asked to provide it. This later statement provides further details on the operation, which is described as an act of political intimidation.
> Norwegian crackdown: fatti e note a margine (ita+eng)
> Autistici/Inventati
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 25 November 2010
> New Trial for Pinar Selek
> Pinar Selek, a sociologist researching the Kurdish conflict, has been continuously harassed since July 1988, and spent more than 2 years in prison without any of the accusations being proven. She was acquitted of all charges in 2008.Now she faces a new trial.The trial will be held on 9th of February 2011 in Istanbul High Criminal Court number 12.
> Website with more information
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 November 2010
> 'Fitwatch' closed, then republished many times
> After last weeks events at Millbank during the student demonstrations fitwatch.org.uk published some advice for those worried they had appeared in the press and may face arrest. The piece called Beating police repression after the student occupation can now be read, thanks to the bungling Met on a growing number of sites across the internet.
> Police Fitwatch Blog Censorship Attempt Laughed Off By Internet
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 09 November 2010
> Possibly new trail against Ahmed Issa
> The Supreme Court of The Netherlands will decide next month, December 14th if the trail against Ahmed Issa should be done all over again or not. Today the Attorney-General, the representative of the Ministry of Justice published his advice to destroy the verdict of last year. He thinks there is not sufficient evidence that Ahmed started the fire on purpose. And he also thinks another expert witness has to be heard in court. Normally the Supreme Court follows this advice.
> Dutch version on teletekst and here
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 04 November 2010
> Recurso Especial de Proteccion dos Direitos Fundamentais da Persoa
> A complaint filed by esculca to complain about the operative and security measures to be enacted in Santiago de Compostela's historical centre with a view to the Pope's visit on 6 November 2010. The basis for the complaint before the administrative court, which calls for the measures to be suspended, are violations of the right to freedom of movement, the right to artistic production and the right of reunion. The complaint concerns operative measures adopted by the city council that "limit movement, restrict access to public spaces, prevent peaceful reunion in public places and forbid artistic activities in the streets". Moreover, the Movemento polos Direitos Civis (MpDC) has criticised police operations (including home searches) that are being carried against people who display banners opposing the visit.
> City council measures for the Pope's visitO MpDC critica enerxicamente as medidas tomadas polos Corpos e Forzas de Seguridade pola visita do PapaRecurso Especial de Proteccion dos Direitos Fundamentais da Persoa
> Esculca
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 02 November 2010
> Press release INQUEST on death of Jimmy Mubenga
> INQUEST is deeply shocked and outraged by what was a death waiting to happen and only confirms our worst fears that a death during a deportation was inevitable given the widespread concerns about the well-documented abuses and methods of restraint used on people being forcibly removed from the country.
> Press release (pdf)
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 31 October 2010
> Justice for Doğan Akhanlı
> Doğan Akhanlı is a writer and human rights activist living in Cologne, Germany. He was arrested in August by Turkish police while entering Turkey, and is being held since on accusations of involvement with armed struggle. A supportgroup calls for his release and states that the real reason for his arrest is the fact that he campaigned for the rights of the Armenians.
> Justice for Doğan Akhanlı (German)
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 27 October 2010
> Leftist bookshops in Berlin raided again
> For the sixth time this year Berlin police invaded and searched leftwing bookshops in Berlin, Tuesday 26 October, looking for material that was declared criminal. This time it was for weekly magazine Interim (with a warning that an investigation was going against a poster calling for action agains a nuclear waste transport in November). One of the bookshops, Schwarze Risse, issued an angry declaration explaining how these invasions are meant to force booskhops to become political censors.
> Declaration of Schwarze Risse
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 25 October 2010
> Pogrom-like attacks against migrants in Attica square, Athens
> During the night of October 16th, Attikis square in Athens became the setting for yet more pogrom-like attacks against migrants in the area. A group of fascists and so-called “enraged citizens” attacked a local Bangladeshi-owned mini-market. The people there, in their attempt to escape, ran toward the local mosque, only 30 meters away. They were under siege in the mosque for 1,5 hour. In the clashes, two Bangladeshi migrants were injured.
> blog Welcome to Europe
 
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 20 October 2010
> German prosecutor starts investigating antinuclear activists
> More than 900 organizations and private persons have signed a call to stop the train with nucleair waste to Gorleven near Hamburg. the public prosecutor of the department of Lüneburg has anounced that he has started an investigation to decide if this call is a crime or not. Anti-nucleair organizations issued advise to the activists to not collaborate with the prosecutor and contact a lawyer in case of receiving an 'invitation'.
> Advise for activists in case of investigation
 
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