The attitude held by the comrades of the Revolutionary Organization in this case is a continuation of an ongoing struggle against sovereignty, society, prison, the prison society; both through their actions outside the walls and within them, in their continuing refusal to undergo a body search.
The struggle of the comrades all this time has had an impact on a large proportion of prisoners in various parts of the country. More specifically, in response to the events on 12/09/2011, 275 prisoners clustered in ‘Wing A’ of Korydallos prison, as well as 90 prisoners in ‘wing B’ of the female section, actively declaring their solidarity by signing texts, refusing to enter their cells for three hours, along with three comrades detained in Avlona prison who signed a text and refused to take prison food as act of solidarity.
A glance to Domokos prison:
We can say that Domokos prison has the distinguishing characteristics of being a protection wing. This means that genuine cooperative relations are developed between prisoners and guards, as the majority of detainees consist of vigilantes and people who would not be acceptable in any other prison micro-society. Asking around about Domokos prison you will easily learn that a license costs about 25.000 euros, 2.000 euros for a mobile phone, while the cost of drugs and the prostitutes who come and go to the prison is variable and depends on the current connections of the warden.