Chile : Verdict of “Case bombs II”: Juan Flores, first comrade condemned by the antiterrorist law, Nataly and Enrique absolved

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Yesterday the judges self-defined themselves as representatives of
power, of goodness in the world and guarded by laws and penal codes,
attacked with their sentences those who defied the established order.
Just as the guillotines were lowered, the electric discharges were
unleashed, the forces squeezed on irreducible loops after great
inquisitorial processes.
Today the courts of justice intend to smash in years the comrades in
prison, to destroy with apparent cleanliness and in an unpleasant way
the lives of those who raise their heads against this order.
In September 2014 the prosecution begins the process against different
comrades for the explosive attacks against police stations and places
linked to the subway. The prosecution finally sues Juan Flores, Nataly
Casanova and Enrique Guzman under the anti-terrorist law in a long
process of more than 3 years in pre-trial detention and about 9 months
of trial.
Today, December 21, 2018, three individuals self-described as superior
to the rest were again armed with judicial codes, laws to decide which
they would accept, and the delusions proposed by the persecutors
represented by the prosecution, the interior ministry, and several
private complainers anxious for life imprisonment, punishments,
sentences and seizures.

A ritual that legitimates, validates and even defines its own authority,
finally the verdict was the following:
* Metro Los Dominicos *
Major felony offense + gun control law: Juan convicted, Nataly and
Enrique absolved
* 1st police station *
Major offense qualified as damage + gun control law: Juan, Enrique and
Nataly absolved
* Sub centro *
Major offense qualified as terrorist attack: Juan condemned
* Possession of gunpowder *
Gun control crime: Juan and Nataly absolved.
Then the particular situation of each comrade was as follows:
Nataly and Enrique: absolved of all charges.
Juan Flores: guilty of (Metro Los Dominicos), explosive device
detonation + detonation + 6 less serious injuries and (Sub centro)
placing of terrorist artifact + moral damage.
For the first time the court uses the anti-terrorist law to condemn,
after a series of refusals in previous cases (Bombs case I, against
Victor Montoya, against comrade Luciano Pitronello, against comrade Hans
Niemeyer, among others) to the pretensions of the prosecution this
verdict is key and historical in this regard, validating the use of the
antiterrorist law in the last decade.
The verdict also revealed the continuing incongruities, contradictions,
and scientific delusions of DNA experts who ended up being
inconsequential to any outcome in court. The bullshit of the LABOCAR
scientific police only proved the intentional and directed use of the
skills to support the theses of the accusers.
Finally, on March 15, 2018, the sentence will be read, where the details
of the verdict will be handed out, as well as the number of years of
conviction for comrades Juan Flores, in the afternoon of today’s
comrades Enrique Guzman and Nataly Casanova left the section of maximum
security and the San Miguel prison, respectively.
With those antecedents both the prosecution and the defense, will solve
if they tried the nullity of the process.
Nataly and Enrique: Welcome back to the street with all the affection of
families, friends and comrades!
All insurgent solidarity with comrade Juan Flores!
Down the anti-terrorist law, down the police state!
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Update on comrade Enrique Guzman
Yesterday, shortly after he was released from prison, Comrade Enrique
was again detained.
This was due to the accuser’s complaint that he accused him of threats
to one of the plaintiffs’ lawyers.
Enrique went through the detention control at around 11 o’clock, where
he was ordered to restrain but failed to arrest him again.
Sources: Publicación Refractario and Frente Informativa
Act for free received on :22.12.17

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