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State prison addresses for personal communication with prisoners in struggle [full address of a sender required]. Prisoners’ names are links to their case and to their letters concerning their case (some articles on the site are still under construction). The list will be renewed when necessary. For any observations, corrections, etc.: tameio (at) espiv.net ——————————————————————————-
* The comrade cannot receive by post any books or parcels, only small size letters. Contact mail : email@example.com
For contact with the imprisoned members of Conspiracy Cells of Fire you can also send letters to this post office box: P.O. 51076, Τ.Κ. 14510, Nea Kifisia, Greece or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Andy Baker (21 months)
A5768CE, HMP Highpoint, Stradishall, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 9YG [as of 9 August]
Update: Andy was released on HDC (electronic tag) on 30/12/11.
Thomas Blak (18 months)
Antifascist prisoner Thomas Blak has been freed but deported to his home country of Denmark. Refused release on electronic tag, and despite having lived and worked in London for 15 years, Thomas unfortunately had the option of either serving his full sentence and then having to apply for leave to remain whilst in immigration custody or to be deported. [17/11/11]
Sean Cregan (21 months)
A5769CE, HMP Coldingley, Shaftesbury Road, Bisley, Woking, Surrey, GU24 9EX [as of 5 August] Update: Sean was released on HDC (electronic tag) on 30/12/11.
Phil De Sousa (21 months)
A5766CE, HMP Elmley, Church Road, Eastchurch, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 4DZ [as of 6 August]
NB: Phil is also having problems with his mail out going astray.
Ravinder Gill (21 months)
A5770CE, HMP Wayland, Griston, Thetford, Norfolk, IP25 6RL [as of 9 August]
Austen Jackson (15 months)
A5729CE, HMP Stocken, Stocken Hall Road, Stretton, Nr. Oakham, Rutland, LE15 7RD [as of 26 August]
If you are writing to Austen he asks if you could send a s.a.e. rather than sending stamps as they all seem to mysteriously(?) disappear before his letters reach him.
Stokes Croft Defendants & Prisoners
Over 60 people have been arrested in Bristol following riots in Stokes Croft in late April 2011 (and more
arrested since early August riot). There are a few people on remand or sentenced in both adult & youth prisons.
Several people have been sentenced this week and we await their instruction on how public they want their
details to be, so please contact us via email or phone. To support both defendants and prisoners get in touch
with Bristol Defendant Solidarity for more info. Contact details here:
Stephen Carroll – A2100CJ, HMP Gloucester, A Wing, Barrack Square, Gloucester, GL1 2JN.
Stephen has been sentenced for 16 months after being found guilty of 3 charges: assaulting a police officer,
destroying a camcorder and violent disorder. He was assaulted by a cop during the riot and during arrest.
Elijah Smith (‘General’ James Hutton) – A3186AM, HMP Horfield, 19 Cambridge Rd, Horfield, Bristol, BS7
8PS. Found guilty of violent disorder during riots in Stokes Croft, he is now awaiting sentencing in January. He
is also on remand for incidents relating to 26th March 2011 in London.
Asher Hickman – A5033CJ, A3-17, HMP Bristol, 19 Cambridge Road, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 8PS. Asher is a
young man sentenced to 14 months in prison for violent disorder and burglary. He welcomes letters, cards,
postcards, pictures, drawings and magazines. He asks for people to please send stamped addressed envelopes,
as well, if they would like him to reply as he doesn’t get many stamps per week.
Prisoners from London Demos (Student demos of late 2010 and March 26 anti-cuts demo)
Edward Woollard – write c/o Chris Rawlinson, Student Union, Brockenhurst College, Lyndhurst Road,
Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7ZE. Enclose an SAE.
Email – writetoedwoollard[at]gmail.com
Ed is a student serving 30 months after involvement in student protest that stormed Tory HQ in London,
November 2010. Info at support4edwoollard.wordpress.com
Harry Webb (A4895CG) – HMP Wandsworth, Heathfield Road, London SW18 3HS
Serving a 12 month sentence for alleged violent disorder during the March 26th demonstration despite having
been violently attacked by the police. Harry would really appreciate the odd postal order as he doesn’t have any
Michael Newton (A6611CE) – HMP Preston, Wing C4–17, 2 Ribbleton Lane, Preston, Lancs, PR1 5AB
Serving 12 months for a J30 action and multiple other minor charges. This anarchist from Cumbria is due out
on early release on 30 December (we hope). No update as of mid-Jan. Shortly before being arrested, Michael
had compiled a fundraising dvd for prisoner support groups. If you asked about a copy you’ll know now why
you never heard back. Michael welcomes letters, posters and pictures.
Matt Robinson (A5988AZ) – HMP Wandsworth, Heathfield Road, London SW18 3HS
Sentenced to 12 months for alleged violent disorder on the student demos.
Zenon Mitchell-Kotsakis (A6970CH) – HMYOI Portland, 104 Grove Road, Portland, Dorset DT5 1DL
Sentenced to 15 months on November 4 2011 for actions on student demos (throwing a placard stick at a riot
cop (it missed) on the November 10 protest).
Joseph Binney A5569CH, HMP Wandsworth, Heathfield Road, Wandsworth, London, SW18 3HS
Joseph was found guilty of violent disorder from the M26 demo and remanded for sentencing on 25th
November. He has since been sentenced to 2 years and is back at Wandsworth.
Richard Bacon (A5156CH) – HMP Wandsworth, Heathfield Road, London SW18 3HS
Serving a 10 month sentence for Affray (s3).
Oguz Ornek (A6914CH), Glen Parva YOI, 10 Tigers Road, Wigston, Leicester, LE18 4TN
19 yrs old – he had pleaded guilty to violent disorder. 18 months custodial at YOI.
Michael Newton (A6611CE), HMP Preston, Wing C4 17, 2 Ribbleton Lane, Preston, Lancs., PR1 5AB
J30 action and other minor charges.12 month custodial. Michael welcomes letters, posters and pictures.
Letters for the following prisoners should be sent to London ABC, c/o Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley, 84b
Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX (with prisoners’ name inside the envelope please):
Omar Ibrahim – Sentenced to 18 months on 4 November 2011 for Violent Disorder for throwing an item at
Topshop on March 26th demo. He can receive stamps and envelopes. See his blog for more info –
Charlie Gilmour – Serving 16 months for alleged violent disorder on March 26th demo.
Richard Bezzina – Imprisoned for 21 months for alleged violent disorder during the August London Riots.
Please note that Richard struggles to read and write.
James Heslip – Sentenced to 12 months on October 5th 2011 for alleged violent disorder at the student protests
at Millbank last year.
Richard Craig – serving 20 months for property damage
Yet more prisoners:
John Bowden (6729) HMP Shotts, Canthill Road, Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML7 4LE.
Long-term prison resister who has been in jail all his adult life since 1982, after being convicted of murder.
Politicised by his prison experiences, he has survived long periods of isolation, brutal beatings, and treatment
amounting to torture. He is one of the UK’s most articulate & vociferous prison writers, and a powerful
advocate of prisoner’s rights. He is now eligible for open prison. He is still fighting for parole, still fighting the
prison system. During December 2011 John was put into solitary confinement in HMP Shotts in Scotland. This
was done after allegations that he was part of the “jail-wide” organisation of a sit down protest in the exercise
yard, despite the fact that there was no evidence, the apparent protest did not take place and no-one else was
punished for the “jail-wide threat”. See http://bristolabc.wordpress.com/prison-texts/john-bowden/
He is now out of solitary confinement and continues to appreciate correspondence.
Ben Gunn (A8761AN) HMP Sudbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5HW.
Lifer has served 31yrs on a 10yr tariff, largely for standing up for prisoner’s rights. He was on the roof of
Horfield prison during the April 1990 prison riots. He is a jailhouse lawyer fighting to establish an Association
of Prisoners (prisoners union) and get votes for prisoners. Has now been recommended for parole, but also
diagnosed with cancer. Now in a Cat D prison. see prisonerben.blogspot.com
Kevan Thakrar – A4907AE, Close Supervision Centre (CSC), HMP Woodhill, Tattenhoe Street, Milton
Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK4 4DA
Kev was sentenced to 35 years in October 2008 for three counts of murder, two of attempted murder and one
firearms offence. After being charged Kev states that police officers told him when he was taken out for
exercise, “we know you didn’t do it but if you don’t help us we will make sure you serve 50 years”. He is now
in the Close Supervision Centre at HMP Woodhill, veritable torture units. Many letters to Kev have been
returned by HMP Woodhill stating that he is no longer at this establishment. Kev is still at HMP Woodhill. if
your mail is returned to you in this manner please write directly to governor Nigel Smith with your complaint.
In Nov 2011, Kev was found not guilty of attempted murder, wounding with intent and GBH against prison
officers in HMP Frankland. The finger of blame was instead pointed directly back at the Prison Service, whose
regime of racism and violence was clearly exposed throughout the four-week trial. He is now awaiting transfer
from CSC HMP Woodhill. He is also sending his case to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC). He
really appreciates letters and is an avid reader. His date of birth is 09/03/1987 and he is from the North of
London/Hertfordshire area. Check out his website! See: justiceforkevan.com
Yarl’s Wood 3
Sheree Wilson(A0353AQ) & Aminata Camara (TG8688), HMP Holloway, Parkhurst Rd, London, N70NU
2 of the The Yarl’s Wood 3 imprisoned in HMP Holloway since February 2010 for their part in a hunger strike
at Yarl’s Wood Immigration Detention Centre. The 3rd, Denise McNeil, was granted bail in January. Please
write to them. Info: email@example.com &
Aminata Camara, (TG8688), HMP Bronzefield, Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex TW15 3JZ
Sheree Wilson (A0353AQ), HMP and YOI Holloway, Parkhurst Road, London N7 0NU
Animal Rights – SHAC 7
Heather Nicholson (A3158AJ), C1-01, HMP Send, Ripley Road, Send, Surrey, GU23 7LJ.
A founder of the international Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty campaign, sentenced to 11 years. Birthday 30
January. NOTE Heather has recently been moved, so this is her new address.
Gavin Medd-Hall (A3624AD) HMP Coldingley, Shaftesbury Road, Bisley, Surrey GU24 9EX
Sentenced on 21 Jan 2009 to eight years in connection with the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences.
Birthday 20 March. (Please remember that Gavin has poor eyesight and will appreciate if you write in clear,
Sarah Whitehead (VM7684) – HMP Downview, Sutton Lane, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5PD
Sentenced 25/10/10 to 6 years. Just been moved to HMP Downview. Birthday 12 Feb
Other Animal Rights (See arprisoners.org and http://www.alfsg.org.uk)
Mel Broughton A3892AE, HMP Bullingdon, PO Box 50, Bicester, Oxon. OX25 1WD
Mel was remanded on 14 December 2007 and was sentenced on 13th February 2009 to 10 years for animal
rights related offences against Oxford University animal lab. On 13th July, at his re-trial, Mel was found guilty
of conspiracy to commit arson. He is currently in Bullingdon prison, but may be moved. He has to serve the
remainder of his 10 year sentenced, passed in February 2009.
Recently released: Jonny Ablewhite, Kerry Whitburn, Gregg Avery, Natasha Avery, Dan Wadham
More info on UK & International prisoners:
Prison Regime Info:
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