Received and translated by Insurrection News on 16.06.17:
On Saturday, May 6th, a few days after we learned of the absurd sentence, when night fell, we walked towards the Justice Tribunal of Porto Alegre and we threw paint bombs at it.
By Sunday morning they had already hired somebody to clean it, leaving some traces of our action.
A week later, Saturday, May 13th, we went there again with the same intention and decorated the facade once more.
It matters little whether it is symbolic, if only a few people were working (judging by the lights that were on) those evenings and that they were startled when they heard the breaking noises at the door. What matters is that normality was broken, that these days and nights are not calm…that the sentences and the decisions that steals Rafael’s life and others like him, do not become the normal order…
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