Imprisoned UK anti-fascist Ravi Gill released

From Leeds ABC
May 11th, 2012

Ravi Gill was released from Wayland Prison this morning after completing half of a 21 month sentence imposed last year following the first Welling antifascist trial. He thanks everyone for the support he received while inside.

Ravi was one of seven antifascists fitted-up on conspiracy charges after a German neo-Nazi was floored at Welling train station. A further sixteen antifascists were acquitted.

Six comrades went to jail in the case, with one subsequently being deported. Ravi Gill is the last prisoner to be released.

One response to “Imprisoned UK anti-fascist Ravi Gill released

  1. Congrats!
    Was it a parole?

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