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Insurrection News: Spain: New phase of Operation Pandora repressions - 9 comrades detained

17.11.15

Insurrection News: Spain: New phase of Operation Pandora repressions - 9 comrades detained: Searches also took place at a house on Perill street in the neighborhood of Gracia, a house in the neighborhood of Santos and other private homes in Sant Andreu de Palomar. Police made a total of 9 arrests. At every place police raided they encircled the whole street and impeded the free movement of the neighborhood. In details leaked to the press by the police they revealed that the operation led to the arrest of 9 people for the alleged crime of "belonging to a criminal organization with terrorist aims."

In response to the raid a call has gone out for demonstrations at 8:00PM at la Pla�a del Diamant de la Vila de Gr�cia.


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