Ahmed H. was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment because of "terrorism" in November. On the 28th of February there will be a second level court trial about the other ten of the Rözske 11, who had their first verdict July last year. From these 10 people only Yamen A. is still in prison in Hungary. The other 9 people finished their sentence and left Hungary.
Yamen A. was sentenced to 3 years in the beginning of July last year. Since then he is in isolation imprisoned in Szeged. Yamen got 3 years prison sentence in this fabricated racist court trial, in which all the evidences defense lawyers tried to present were simply dismissed and the
only witnesses were police officers. The reason why he was sentenced to greater punishment than the other 9 accused is that Yamen was talking 10 minutes to a megaphone on the 16th of September when thousands of people were protesting for the freedom of movement.
Although many people applied to visit him, just like in the case of Ahmed H. during all these long months the Hungarian court did not give permission for visits (or any other way of contact) to any of the applicants. Even letters are not allowed. After the appeal and another 8 months spent in detention (Yamen and Ahmed are in prison since 1 year and 5 months), Yamen's trial on second
instance will start on the 28th of February.
Its possible to support Yamen by sending credit to his 'prison account' so that he can call his family and friends. Contact the solidarity group if you want to contribute.
We call for solidarity around the 28th of February. Let's stand up against the criminalization of movement and the voice of resistance!
Free Yamen A.! - Free Ahmed H.! - Free all imprisoned migrants and political prisoners!
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Please help Ahmed to finance his legal assistance and other expenses!
Account holder: Rote Hilfe e.V. Ortsgruppe Frankfurt
Catchword: Röszke 11
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June 15th 2017:
2nd level trial against Ahmed H. in Szeged
The website is the part of an international campaign to support the 11 accused of the Roszke trials in Hungary. We created the site to collect and to facilitate to spread information. We invite everybody to join to the campaign, let's fight against injustice! Nobody can be silenced!