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“I don’t have time for your white pride” a poem by Eric King

I think you’re fucking lame as hell and Thor is a childs game I dont have time for petty race pride plus I feel its all a sham You’re cops, or you would be if you could and Im not interested in your Nordic theory Thor is just as bogus to me as the white Christian god So i’ll take Loki and Jesus Christ and tie them all up with Christmas lights and we can…

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“Two poems about white crosses on Mountain tops” a poem by Eric King

  There’s a cross across the road To me it looks more like an X to mark the fucking spot where they dump those who are forgot It doesn’t give hope or inspire faith It’s a tragedy and a human waste those were people, with love and fear and now their dust on the mountains Which isn’t where I’d want to be to get as fucking far away from here They didn’t get released, no…

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      Eric was picked up from Grady County Jail in Oklahoma at midnight last night and taken on a plane to the prison he was designated. We just received a phone call and he has been placed at FCI Englewood! Over the past two years pre-trial, all of the fights and horrible experiences, seeing the Rocky Mountains was a moment in which he knew he could finally breathe. Tonight he looked out his window and watched…

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An Updated Eric King Flyer!

  The support flyer needed to be updated, so please go ahead and download the updatedflyer   , print them out,  and help us distribute current information  about Eric’s case , imprisonment , and struggle. Thank you so much for all your support! Let’s keep EK in our hearts , and on our minds as we move forward and prepare to provide him the type of support he deserves over the coming months and years! yours, The…

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A message from Eric to his supporters and info on his recent transfer

On Friday morning Eric boarded a plane, leaving C.C.A. Leavenworth behind for good. He was transferred to the Grady County Jail in Chickasha, Oklahoma, which is the facility the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) uses to house prisoners during transfer when the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City is full. He will stay at the jail while the BOP prepares to transfer him to his designated facility. Prisoners typically stay at these transitional facilities for…

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Eric King turns 30 on August 2nd!

  Greetings everyone!   We wanted to remind you that on August 2nd, Eric King turns 30 years old!   This year has already been full of changes for EK; from getting married, to being sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, to one day soon getting moved to his designated facility, to now turning 30. His journey really does seem to be full of transitions. There are some tough, unexpected ones that he faces…

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“Feeling forgotten feels worst than dying” a poem by Eric King in solidarity with Chelsea Manning

They take away your voice you loose touch with yourself. If you aren’t moving forward do we even exist? Instagram, tinder, never made a hashtag. Everyone is street walking playing Pokemon Go I don’t even have a phone. It’s so easy to feel alone Feeling Forgotten Feels worse than dying. They turned your story into a crime tortured you for daring to exist must have hurt those fuckers to know so many people listen. Flowers…

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The Criminal Legal System for Radicals

  One of our comrades from the support team helped put together this awesome well needed book and we wanted to share it with you. The book is a guide to the criminal legal system for radicals and revolutionaries, with an emphasis on handling serious criminal charges in ways that strengthen radical social struggles instead of allowing the state to demolish them.   You can read an excerpt from the book turned into a zine here…

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“If Tamir was named Andy from the Hamptons” a poem by Eric King

  Every breath is an air of defiance sparks flying I breathe fire What happened in the Lorraine happened in Ferguson & Batton Rouge Police keeping cities safe passing out freedom bullets Black bodies not regarded as anything more than click-bait and hot topics If Tamir was named Andy from the Hamptons maybe it’d make a fucking difference?! This isn’t gang violence, its state violence its race violence, it shouldn’t exist but so often does…

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