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SALONIKA 7:They are dying in the hands of the State (english)
25 Nov 2003
Modified: 11:09:26 PM
Photo of Simon Chapman on the 44th day of his hunger strike.
The public prosecutor issued yesterday (Nov. 24) his proposal concerning the application for the release of the Salonika 7 on humanitarian grounds: it was NEGATIVE.
The council's final decision is to be issued within the following days.
Have no doubts.



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Oh. Im so touched. (english)
25 Nov 2003
Another hunger strike? He's just killing himself, not anyone else. If he dies, he will be dead. Nuff said (hey! that rhymes!)
damn that takes commitment (english)
25 Nov 2003
holy shit this is not something i think i'm prepared to do in this type of situation, but more power to the salonika 7! obviously they are guided by some intense convictions, and their heroism in the face of cold state injustice is to be applauded. something for all of us to consider in deciding what kind of world we want to see, and what wre are prepared to sacrifice in order to see it...

btw "not sympathetic" maybe you could explain why you are so reluctant to show any basic human decency in the face of this obvious human tragedy. i can't think of any other reason than that you are trying to justify the state's position because YOU are complicit