Back in 2022, a Susaron owned meat packaging plant in Chile was attacked. Six lorries and part of the refrigerated unit were burn to the ground.

Some time later four anarchist and antispeciesist individuals were arrested and sent to prison awaiting trial in connection with the arson attack.

One of those anarchists was sentenced to five years on tag and released from prison a few months ago, but the other three are still sitting in prison awaiting trial and are in dire need of economic support.

Thanks to Krime we have a really cool design to print on t-shirts and tote bags, absolutely all profits made from it will go to the support of the Susaron Prisoners.

These tees and tote bags will be printed as pre-orders only. You won’t be able to get your hands on one of them once pre-orders end at the end of June. For now we have not sold enough to cross the printing threshold, so jump on it and help us support folks in prison!!!

Prisoner support isn’t just the backbone of direct action, ensuring that folks feel comfortable risking their freedom in the knowledge that if something goes wrong, people will have their backs. It also is the strongest form of anti-snitching in the movement. Knowing you are safe if you have to face the law ensures people don’t speak more than they should to avoid consequences.

Get the threads here:

So get involved, show solidarity, grab yourself some nice threads and let’s raise at least a few hundred quid to send to people who really need that support! 



Marius Mason is an activist serving a 22 year sentence after being found guilty of arson at a laboratory and on logging equipment.

Marius was approved for gender affirming care in 2022 when he was moved to FCI Danbury, a male prison. He was then transported to FMC Fort Worth where he was supposed to get gender affirming surgery, but he was informed that the health company contracted by the prison was unwilling to perform a hysterectomy. Marius’ doctor has informed him that there are indications of an early onset of cancer on his uterus, yet the facility is unable to provide the care he deserves. 

His support team has drafted a letter that they are asking to print and post to put pressure and show support. 

Please, read the words below, grab a stamp and print the letter.

Let’s show solidarity to Marius and fight for his health as fearsome as he has fought for our planet. 

“Please copy and paste in to your own document, print and send to:

Director Collette Peters
Federal Bureau of Prisons
320 First Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20534

Dear Director Peters:
Thank you for prioritizing the rehabilitative purpose and programming of the BOP in your role as Director. It was encouraging to see the Transgender Policy Manual posted again, after years of being unavailable on the FBOP site when you came into office. I appreciate the atmosphere of respect, acceptance and safety fostered at the highest level under your administration for all LGBTQIA+ people currently in the carceral system.

I am writing today to call attention to the situation of Marius Mason (née Marie Mason, #04672-061). Mason has been approved by the FBOP for gender-affirming surgery since 2022. He was transferred from FCI Danbury, a male facility, and after living there for two years, he was transported to FMC Fort Worth, where he was to undergo gender affirming surgery. This was the culmination of a 10-year process, beginning in 2013 when Mason asked to be considered for the new transgender medical policy, after a lawsuit created a pathway to medical transition.

However, Mason was informed at a meeting with Dr. Mercado (the Health Services Administrator), Mr. Strickland and Mason’s therapist, Dr. Bartholomew on 5/24/24 that despite having been approved for surgery, the health services contractor that was working for FMC Fort Worth was not willing to provide gender-affirming hysterectomy. It is our understanding that there are in fact local medical professionals who can perform this procedure, without which the other surgeries will be delayed.

Also at this same meeting, Mason was informed that test results from a prior ultrasound had revealed that there was indications of an early onset of cancer in his uterus, and a further test was being ordered to confirm this possible result. If indeed Marius requires a hysterectomy due to uterine cancer, we hope this will be carried out with all possible speed.

I am asking that you please investigate the apparent refusal of a contracted health care to provide care to a trans prisoner, and also to ensure that this denial and delay do not endanger Mason’s health and safety or delay the approved care long enough to prevent it being fulfilled. Thank you for continuing to be an ally to LGBTQIA+ prisoners in the Federal system.



Today is the day to pay tribute, and offer support, to anarchists locked up by the state.

We salute comrades fighting for the liberation of animals, friends who today cannot join us in the fight, outside the prison walls, because they are serving long prison terms. Comrades like Marius, Sindre, and folks in Susaron 4. You are always remembered! Our common struggle always continues.

On the June 11 website you can read a list of worldwide imprisoned anarchist comrades.

You can also read reports about actions taken in solidarity with long-term prisoners, for example from Russia and Sweden.


June 11th website:



(thanks Krime for the design, find more of their stuff here:

Folks have been asking for it for quite a while so we have partially re-opened the shop! 

We are bringing you a pre-order only t-shirt and tote bag to support our comrades at Caso Susaron in Chile.

This is a very limited pre-order run that will end the 3rd week of June. We will only print as many t-shirts and tote bags as there are orders and they will never be in stock again, so this is your chance to grab what you want! 

As always, stuff is printed on No Sweat garments (cooperative owned factory producing organic threads) using vegan ink at a printers that runs on solar power. It cannot get more greenwashed than this!

Tees available in grey and white. Tote bags are off-white, thick cotton material. 

We operate with Name your Price, at a minimum we’ve set tees at 20 GBP and Tote Bags at 12 GBP but if you can afford more please donate more. Every penny in profits will go directly to the support of Presos Susaron.


Every order comes with free stickers and if you grab a tee and a tote bag we will send a Wildfire magazine for free too!

We have also re-listed some other items on the shop (prints, badges and patches). If you order those items alongside pre-order items, everything will be posted together. 

We aim to post the preorder items Mid July.

Four antispeciesist comrades were arrested in September 2022 accused of setting a Susaron meat packaging plant alight, totally burning six lorries and partially burning a refrigerating unit. 

One of the four comrades was earlier this year sentenced to five years on tag and released to the streets, the other three are still awaiting trial. 

They need support, solidarity and money, so your donations here go a long way.



Marius Mason is an anarchist animal rights activist who has been in prison since 2009.

Marius plead guilty to being involved in an arson at a research lab, and to twelve acts of property damage. Marius release date is January 10 2027. 

Each year at June 11th, the international day of solidarity of with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist prisoners, folks remember our longest imprisoned anarchist comrades through words, actions and ongoing material support.

Marius recently published a statement,

“Dear Family and Friends
Thank you for coming together to support all anarchist prisoners still kept from freedom. Your positivity and encouragement have meant the world to me, literally, this past year. Now that it has been some 16 years away from the free world for me, your stories have allowed me to connect to campaigns as different as saving the commons in Georgia to ending genocide in Gaza. (….)”

Read the whole statement at:



Every year before June 11, the day of international solidarity with anarchist prisoners, people around the world take solidarity actions for all long-term anarchists prisoners.

People take action to show that no one is forgotten. To show that the fight against the shitty society is never ending. Solidarity through direct action!

We have compiled an incomplete list of examples of previous actions, taken before June 11 in recent years. It includes actions all over the world, from Indonesia, Chile to Finland. Different types of actions, from banner drops to sabotage.

What actions will there be this year, in solidarity with anarchist prisoners?


Check June 11th web site for more info:


We received this statement from Caso Susaron back at the end of march, but we did not have the time to properly translate it until now. For that reason, some of it is a little out of date but still very much worth the read!

“‘The deterioration of your attitude is proportional to the tenacity of your idea’.

It has now been a year and five months since the punitive machinery of power has held us hostage. It has tried to put the necessary weight on our shoulders to bend our legs, and thus bring us to our knees.

There have been many events and experiences in prison, both physical and emotional, that have tried to push us to the limits of our capacities. It has always been useless when faced with our convictions, which have given us the necessary weapons to overcome every attack in this centre of extermination; because that is what prisons are. Concentration and extermination camps for those who do not fit into the pantomime of social peace.

In these human swamps we find a varied fauna of behaviours and individuals.
From brave anti-socials who chose to live as they were not supposed to, taking by force what was ‘not theirs’, in an unjust and cruel system. To authoritarian and insensitive freaks, devoid of any courage or empathy. Obsessed lovers of commodities and the superfluous.
Some are as much of an enemy as a policeman or a slaughterhouse worker.

In this period of captivity that we have had to assume, always with the nobility that is expected of a warrior conscious and proud of their actions, a lot of water has passed under our bridges. From the momentary release and subsequent appeal by the prosecution, which led to the recapture of our members Ita and Ru in November 2023. To the subsequent definitive release, almost a month ago, of Itamar.

Sentenced to 5 years of intensive probation, news that we received with great joy and happiness.
And so many events: multiple mobilisations of our modules, days in the violent punishments of Santiago 1, conflicts with gendarmes and prisoners, obstacles to see our families and partners. Multiple obstacles to our irreducible vegan stance, which the police have dedicated themselves to transforming into one more obstacle in order to harass us.

And so one thing after another. Good news and bad news that sometimes set the mood for a whole day or even a whole week. We’ve lived so much…

In prison it is difficult to deal with sorrow and anguish, because you have no room to let yourself slack. You can’t, for example, apply the classic ‘today I won’t get up’, ‘today I will rest and give myself a day to think’. Here the wheel doesn’t stop and you have to know how not to show weakness in front of screws and prisoners.

Here you either grow stronger or you melt into the mud that covers everything around you, and for that great flow of energy that is required; conviction in our idea and pride in our actions and decisions become more vital than water or oxygen. And they separate us from the constant wailing heard from the vast majority of the captives around us.

In these 17 months we have held together as an anarchic unit, forming a space of resistance and containment for refractory political individualities who have fallen into prison over time. This has greatly contributed to our wellbeing, as we have collectively fought with claws and fangs the emptiness, loneliness and ostracism that prison seeks to thrust like a dagger through our minds and hearts. And we hope that as we go free, or to other prisons, there will always be tender urban guerrillas ready to extend a hand to other comrades that will unfortunately but inevitably arrive. Because of one thing we are sure, war does not stop! And it has its consequences.

Therefore we call on all those who dare to attack authority and its symbols. To always maintain the absolute notion that prison and death are part of our path. Always on the run and capturing those ghosts, obviously with all the strategy and care that the love for freedom deserves. But, also being mentally prepared in case one day they hunt you down, so as not to lose your attitude and ideas that led you to act, when adversity strikes. And in this way you will never be broken by this meat grinder called prison. In the street and in the cana you can be yourself. And not be surprised when the sometimes inevitable consequences of confronting such a powerful and omniscient monster come knocking at your door.

The three of us are awaiting some expert reports and judicial resolutions that will mark for better or for worse our fate as prisoners. Longing for freedom and a night of shooting stars with all our might. But clinging to our unshakeable pride as animals at war with existence. Never willing to bend or beg for mercy.

Because if there is one thing we have sculpted in blood and tears after this season of kidnapping, it is that we are living in our own flesh, and in infinitely better conditions than what millions of non-human animals live in life imprisonment and with the death penalty included in the majority of cases, throughout this decomposed world. For them we act, for them we take on these harsh consequences and for them we remain more convinced than ever that the way forward is undoubtedly: fire, lead, exploitations and clandestine liberations.

And just as in animal liberation, which is the pyramidal base of our anarchic and confrontational thinking, so also for the whole sick society that governs us; its police, defenders and false critics.

On the eve of a new painful and angry commemoration of the 29th of March, the day of the young combatant. A date that commemorates the fall in combat of Rafael and Eduardo Vergara, 18 and 19 years old. At the hands of the civil-military dictatorship that ravaged these territories on 29 March 1985, the day on which the events took place.

The first thing we have in our boiling blood is the indomitable gaze, tanned by the suffering of Luisa Toledo. Exemplary warrior and mother of both young men. A courageous woman who has illuminated our path countless times with her clarity, bravery and love.

In this new commemoration we call to take to the streets with greater force. Not to let ourselves be infected by the defeated spirit of the society of the false critics and to burst into the numb context with the beautiful anonymous anti-social violence. And the majestic fire that illuminates the darkness of the streets. So that no corner remains unlit, no police station unattacked and no multinational unlooted.
That is our call without hesitation or ambiguity!

One year and five months later, we are still as firm as ever. And not a hair of our essence and character has moved us.

We call for the vindication of our prison, with gestures and actions. To the active and direct solidarity with the instances generated by our comrades in the street, to financially sustain these attacks that inherently drag down our circles and families.

Freedom to Lucas, Aldo, Javo, Paty, Syde, Kuyen, Mónica, Pancho, Leftraru, Don Checho, Gerardo Leal and Felipe Rios. And to all the prisoners at war around the world!

And don’t forget that comrade Don Sergio Olivares, an example of war against the system, is sentenced to 15 years. He is already serving his sentence in the ex-penitentiary. For those who want to contribute, show solidarity and vindicate this historic, guerrilla and respectable person.

Total liberation, whatever the cost.
Fire to all the prisons with their jailers inside.
War on existence!

Anarcho nihilist vegan straight edge prisoners susaron case.
Panda, Ru, Tortuga.

CPD Santiago 1,
Marzo 2024″


On June 11th of every year, we take the opportunity to remember and support Marius Mason and anarchist comrades who are serving long prison terms. We can show our support in different ways. Through actions, as well as donations to prisoners. Every year, the support crew of June 11th publishes a summary of the situation, a list of prisoners, what support is needed (read the full text in the attached link below):

“We once again approach June 11th, a day of remembrance and active solidarity, in a world of multiple crises and struggles for liberation. All of these are interconnected; there are no separate worlds. Across borders, languages, contexts, and identities, both catastrophes and victories of spirit and defiance reverberate around the globe. One environment is not untouched by another. The personal is not separate from the political. The positive project is not separate from that of destruction. Prison is not separate from the “free world.” Means are not separate from ends. Bridging these divides is a shared curiosity and commitment; bridging these divides is solidarity. This is not to flatten or oversimplify diversity and differences in circumstance, intensity, and consequence. Rather, that these different pieces are held together like organs of the body held by connective tissue. So we consider: how do we strengthen this connective tissue? How do we remain strong, yet supple and flexible? Bridges, connection, must also be built through time, especially in a world that moves too fast, from one crisis to the next. June 11th aspires to be one of these bridges: to build solidarity across borders, between movements, and among generations. Remembering and supporting long-term prisoners, as well as carrying on shared struggles, are two ways to strengthen this connective tissue. A stronger connective tissue will, in turn, bolster us against further repression…”

For more information about Marius and the call for 2024 action, check out:



The City of Atlanta has leased 381-acres of Weelaunee Forest, stolen Muscogee land, to the Atlanta Police Foundation for a police military facility funded by corporations. The protests against this have been receiving increasingly high levels of state violence and repression.

Larry is the last #stopcopcity forest defender currently behind bars and would like to receive more letters to keep them connected to the outside world. Write to them and remind them they are not alone.

Remember not to mention any illegal activity, these letters will be read by prison staff.

Laurance Clark #2404538
2 North 604 C/O Securus Digital Mail Center
Fulton County Jail
PO Box 989
Lebanon, MO



Writing a letter in solidarity to a political prisoner is not complicated. You don’t have to write a long letter, nor do you have to know the person you are writing to. There are however some things that are important to think about.

  • Don’t write anything incriminating, or about the person’s case. Your letter could be monitored by the guards. 
  • In your first letter you can write a little introduction of yourself, and your intentions to stay in correspondence.
  • Include a name and return address, both at the back of your letter, and the envelope. You don’t necessarily have to put your own legal name as recipient. 
  • Check what rules the prison have regarding mail to the prisoners. If the prisoner has s support crew, also check with them if there are certain things the prisoner needs, that you maybe can help with, like sending books. 

Check the list of political prisoners at our web site, for more info and details about which prisoners you can write to