Click this link to read a recent report from so-called Pittsburgh on the aftermath of the George Floyd uprising and the need to support those facing repression.
Read David’s piece “This Land” here posted by Mongoose Distro.
In February of 2022, David pleaded to arson and felony possession of a firearm; on June 14th, 2022 he was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison and 3 years of supervised release.
David Elmakayes 77782-066 FCI McKean Federal Correctional Institution P.O. Box 8000 Bradford, PA 16701
- Projected release date 05/08/2033
Christopher has a fundraiser clothing shop here. And check his Instagram page here. He was sentenced on October 29, 2021, to 48 months in federal prison for one count of Conspiracy and one count of Civil Disorder. His arson charge was dismissed as part of his plea deal.
Christopher West 04670-509 USP Canaan U.S. Penitentiary P.O. Box 300 Waymart, PA 18472
- Projected release date 12/26/2023
Andrew was arrested and charged with the federal crime of Civil Disorder for allegedly throwing projectiles at Pittsburgh police during the uprisings. After reaching a plea agreement, he was sentenced in federal court to 41 months of incarceration followed by three years of supervised release on December 14, 2021. He is currently facing proceedings for state charges and was moved to a different county facility rather than the BOP.
Andrew Duncan-Augustyniak Smart Communications/PA DOC Andrew Duncan-Augustyniak / QN9211 SCI Rockview PO Box 33028 St Petersburg, Florida 33733
Nicholas was sentenced to 24 months in prison for the federal crime of Civil Disorder for throwing an “explosive device” at police in downtown Pittsburgh on May 30, 2020. Originally charged with over 2 dozen state-level offenses, he was ultimately sentenced to concurrent time in both the state and federal cases. He would like to receive letters of support.
Nicholas Lucia 06868-509
FCI Petersburg Low
Federal Correctional Institution
PO Box 1000
Petersburg, VA 23804
- Projected release date 01/17/2024
From Ant’s support page: “Anthony Smith is a respected educator, a standout organizer, a powerful leader, and a beloved community member with a passion for making sure everyone around him is protected and thriving. As a high school social studies teacher in North Philadelphia, he is known for the genuine connections he builds with his students inside and outside the classroom. He is an organizer and volunteer with multiple organizations throughout Philadelphia, and is a fixture at 60th and Market each Friday, where he serves free food to the community with Food Not Bombs Solidarity. His coworkers, students, colleagues, and fellow organizers praise him as an empathetic and reliable peacemaker who always advocates for underrepresented and disenfranchised community members.
“On October 26th, 2020, Anthony was arrested and taken from his home by federal officers based on his alleged involvement in the arson of a police vehicle during a Black Lives Matter protest in May, 2020. If convicted, he will face a mandatory minimum of 7 years in prison… Anthony was released pre trial and is on a location monitoring program while his case is pending.” Follow @FreeAntPHL on Twitter and Instagram. **Ant is not currently in custody.**