mason dixon on Sat, 18 Aug 2007 13:38:26 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Criminalization of critical academic research and political engagement

my capacity to determine the truthfulness of your situation is beyond
what i can invest.

i'm pretty sure I agree, but the methods of legitimizing political
grievance is excessive, if only there could be a kind of trust rating
network for political artists,

so they/we could focus on response without the overhead of protecting
our own reputation....

On 8/17/07, <> wrote:
> On July 31 my home was raided by German federal police and my partner
> Andrej Holm was arrested. Our children had to endure a dozen armed
> cops waking them, and us. Andrej is in prison in Berlin-Moabit since.
> There are a number of initiatives protesting against this, including
> two open letters to the federal prosecutor by critical researchers.
> I'm still not able to write a lot, but there is information available,
> most of it on the website of a group trying to support all who are
> concerned:


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