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Anarchist solidarity activists paid a solidarity visit to the Bulgarian Embassy last Friday (18th March) in support of Jock Palfreeman.
In 2008 Jock Palfreeman intervened to defend two Roma boys who were being attacked by a gang of fascist football fans in Sofia, Bulgaria's capital. In the fight that folloewed one of the fascists died, and a second was injured.Despite it being clear case of self-defence, the Bulgarian authorities saw fit to give Jock a 20 year prison sentence . (more info about the case www.freejock.com ).
Currently Jock is fighting to be transferred to his native Australia and some activists in UK decided to answer to his call for solidarity. On 18th of March around 30 people from different anarchist groups gathered outside the Bulgarian embassy in London. Flyers were distributed and banners were hung on the embassy's fence. Embassy staff seem annoyed that the issue is being constantly brought up.
During the demo the Bulgarian flag was also set on fire but our brave guardians of law and order failed to notice anything.
If you want to find out how to get involved check www.anarchistsolidarity.wordpress.com as campaign
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