IWW/IWOC Call for Immediate Review of Craigavon Two Case

Industrial Workers of the World

2014-09-19-nlodgejftc2.jpgThe Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), one of the largest and oldest radical international unions, has added its voice to the call for an immediate review of the case surrounding the continued imprisonment of two County Armagh men known as the Craigavon Two.

The call comes as members of the IWW endorses a twenty-day long national prison strike currently sweeping across the entire North America Prison System, to improve prisoner conditions and end the practice of prison slavery. The prison strike has been assisted by members of the radical union’s prisoners section known as Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee (IWOC) who have been recently growing with ‘imprisoned workers’ unionised across Europe and here in Ireland.

A spokesperson for the IWW Ireland stated: “The case surrounding that of the Craigavon Two deserves all our attention, we are all too familiar with the actions of the state and how it is skewed in…

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