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Write to Josh Williams!

Write to Josh Williams!

By Anti-State STL on 2015/12/16

josh williams 2Josh was transferred today to the Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Bonne Terre, Missouri. He will be held there for an undetermined amount of time before being transferred to a more long term facility.

Josh has expressed that he would like to receive letters, so please take a moment to drop him a line to help him remember he’s not alone and to help him acclimate to his new surroundings.

If you would like to donate to Josh’s commissary, please write to him and ask him to send you a deposit slip to send checks or money orders, or make an account at Access Corrections to send money electronically.

Write to Josh:

Josh Williams #1292002
2727 Highway K
Bonne Terre, MO 63628

*As always, please remember that all incoming letters are read by prison staff. Never write to anyone in prison about anything illegal or potentially incriminating.


People killed by US law enforcement agencies

The Guardian is counting the people killed by US law enforcement agencies this year. Read their stories and contribute to our ongoing, …


9/11: The Secret War Against the Jews

Suppose the narrative was changed. What if the box-cutter hijackers were replaced by an entirely different crew of bad guys responsible for bringing down the World Trade Towers?


Why the Occupy Movement Frightens the Corporate Elite

“This is why the Occupy movement frightens the corporate elite. What fosters revolution is not misery, but the gap between what people expect from their lives and what is offered. This is especially acute among the educated and the talented.


Aaron Dixon – History of the Black Panthers

Aaron Dixon former organizer and Captain of the Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther Party speaking November 5, 2002 at Condon Hall, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.


The myth of freedom in the land of the free

The US touts itself as the land of free, but it has laws which are designed to crush criticisms of the state.

Before Occupy Wall Street, many protesters were middle- and upper-middle class college graduates who could safely assume the constitutional guarantee of their civil liberties. But afterward, not so much…


Wall Street Occupiers Retake Liberty Square, Celebrate 6 Months of #OWS

From the www. website…

UPDATE: March tonight (3/18) in NYC! Converge at 8pm at the red cube across from Liberty Plaza. Show support for the dozens arrested and those beaten by police last night. We will not let police repression stop us! COME and share widely!!!


Spying on Occupy: Prosecutors Subpoena Tweets, NYPD Arrests Protesters for ‘Thought Crimes’

Several stories in the news this week – and it’s only Tuesday – reveal the scope of the spying and surveillance activities of the NYPD and DA’s office, who are monitoring Occupy Wall Street.

Taken individually, these stories may not seem earth-shattering. Yes, the NYPD was monitoring Occupy, but the NYPD is sort of legendary for its overzealous spy and harassment programs (just ask any Muslim New Yorker or victim of the Stop and Frisk policy). But examined together, it becomes clear that the NYPD and District Attorney’s office are devoting enormous resources to spying, harassing, and intimidating what has thus far proven itself to be an overwhelmingly peaceful protest group…


Occupy Seattle protests Romney’s Bellevue fundraiser

Occupy protestors project a message onto Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Center while GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney held a fundraiser.

Attendees of a Bellevue fundraiser featuring GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney got an earful from Occupy Seattle protesters gathered outside the event Thursday night…


Occupy Seattle Workers’ Caucus March 7, 2012

From: Occupy Seattle website:

There’s been a lot of talk/interest in having a session in OS that’s specific to folks who are working at awful/low wage/mostly non-unionized/casualized jobs, and trying to be involved in Occupy…