By Zein Amari
Last Wednesday, the two antifascists who were arrested in Huntington Beach in April went to court facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest. They had to pay $2,000 each in bond to avoid imprisonment and after going through a bondsman were released the same day.
While their case is ongoing, both of the antifascists remain optimistic yet on guard. Both face costly legal battles, and revolutionary organizations in Los Angeles like Defend Boyle Heights and Serve the People have raised the slogan “Apoyen y Defendan a los Dos Revolutionarios (Support and Defend the Two Revolutionaries).”
Incendiary encourages our readers to donate to their legal fund and support these two brave comrades facing state repression.