An inmate and a screw were taken to hospital after three separate fires were started at a Bridgend prison in Wales. Firefighters were called to security scumbag G4S run HMP Parc at about 21:05 last Thursday after the youth prisoner set fire to a paper tissue in the young offenders’ unit. Two more fires – one in a cell and another involving clothing – happened just after 22:00 and 23:00. A lighter was forcibly taken from the prisoner’s hands.
A gang in ski masks fire-bombed three screws motors in an attack at a jail. The gang petrol-bombed the parked cars in the daylight attack at £65million Addiewell nick before fleeing in another vehicle. The getaway vehicle — thought to be stolen — was later found dumped and burnt-out 20 miles away in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh. A source said the arson mayhem sent shockwaves around the privately run prison in West Lothian.
Cops making interrogations from door to door on Canvey Island, were met with their patrol car in flames when they returned to it. That’s what you get for trying to get the neighborhood to snitch on each other!
Electricity poles have been set alight twice in the Bolton area back in June. The arsonists caused £75,000 of damage and cut power to almost 2,000 homes in the local area. In one attack the vandals took an axe to the pole and then set it on fire.
The more sabotage to the systems network the better!
In the early hours of 6th August at Easton-in-Gordano Services, whilst the truck drivers were inactive in their cabs, 10-15 cars on four car-transporters were spray-painted causing their greedy earth-destroying companies loss of time and money infinitely larger than that we expended doing this opportunist crime.
Solidarity to all the imprisoned comrades and those on the run. Towards the international week of solidarity to anarchist prisoners – 23rd-30th August.
Eco-anarchist vandals – FAI/IRF
Prisoners at a West Midlands prison have assaulted screws and started “multiple” fires in a week-long outbreak of disorder. A major incident was declared at Featherstone Prison on Thursday as riot cops were drafted in to deal with the trouble, which also included a hostage situation. An extra 20 screws have now been called in to maintain order at the category C prison near Wolverhampton.
An inmate at the jail, which holds more than 600 prisoners, said the disorder started following a fight in one of the prisoner accommodation blocks. The fight could not be brought under control and screws had to call in reinforcements. He claimed three people were taken to hospital on Tuesday after further trouble, and screws were assaulted on Wednesday when they attempted to move some inmates to another block. Prisoners set fire to cells on Thursday and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service sent two crews to the jail.
A prison governor had to undergo facial reconstructive surgery after being severely wounded by an inmate during a attack at Wayland prison in Norfolk. The assault which took place in the prison canteen last week, reportedly left the screw head with a collapsed eye socket, fractured cheekbone and broken nose. Reports say that he had a titanium plate inserted into his head during surgery.
Raiders have carried out quite literally a smash-and-grab at a Aberdeenshire jewellers. Unique Jewels, on Fraserburgh’s Cross Street, was raided at about 3am yesterday, with about £1,000 of stock made away with. They used a classic weapon the brick to smash the window before grabbing the items and fleeing.
This was the scene of destruction after an explosion ripped open a cash machine at a Hounslow petrol station. The loud blast woke residents living near the Esso garage in Hounslow Road, Hanworth , in the early hours of Wednesday (August 10) morning.
A resident said he was told thieves had used propane gas to blow loose the door of the machine, weighing 50kg, which was sent crashing into a nearby pump. “It’s lucky the station was closed when it happened. The whole place could have gone up if you had flowing petrol.” He also said there were rumours that around £20,000 was taken from the ATM & that there was a similar incident at a Shell petrol station in Twickenham about three months ago.
Gas explosions are often used by thieves targeting ATMs. There was a string of such thefts in West London during late 2014 and early 2015.
"Bored of the type of anarchism that seems to exist only as a boring routine of endless meetings and crap benefit gigs full of self-important tossers?
Sick of middleclass mummys boys pretending to be proles?
Fed up of being told what the ‘class struggle’ is and isn’t?
We are too and so we put together this booklet about it."
“Since the Bristol Riots” Zine: Person(s) Unknown / Dark Matter Publications
"Since the Bristol Riots” is a collection of communiques from the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), Earth Liberation Front (ELF), and other anonymous attacks in the Bristol area since the riots in April 2011 until October 2014.