NDDL: vigil of weapon for zadistes and police of the order before the evictions

Helicopter flights and patrols on one side, calls for reinforcements and rallies on the other: gendarmes and zadistes sharpen their preparations this weekend before the expulsion operation of the occupants of the ZAD of Notre- Dame-des-Landes, announced as imminent, nearly three months after the abandonment of the airport project.

"It's calm before the storm," sums up Lucas, a "militant brewer" installed in the heart of the occupied area, which covers 1,650 hectares. But, "the stress begins to rise" because "we know they will put the package."

The operation, scheduled for the beginning of the week, must mobilize over several days twenty-five squadrons mobile gendarmerie, or about 2,500 soldiers. It plans to expel all those who have not regularized their situation, for example by declaring new individual agricultural projects.

Almost all the estimated 250 zadists on the spot did not do so, preferring collective management the territory and the possibility of conducting non-agricultural projects.

"All those who do not fall within the framework of the legality will have to leave the grounds quickly", repeated Sunday the Prime Minister, Édouard Philippe, in an interview

For its part, Acipa, the main association of opponents of the former airport project, called on the state "not to start the process of expulsions and violence" and to privilege "the dialogue".

 Notre-Dame-of-Landes (AFP - Simon MALFATTO)

Notre-Dame-of-Landes (AFP – Simon MALFATTO)

If the ZAD is not yet surrounded by law enforcement, several vehicles patrolled disc throughout the weekend in the surrounding communities, to prevent any introduction of fuel, hazardous materials or objects that can be used as weapons.

Helicopters also fly over the area, a usual scenario for several weeks. [19659002] It is a "flexible" device, "without checkpoints or fixed station", explains to AFP a source close to the file, considering that there is, for the moment, "no need to show us more "

The emblematic artery of the occupied zone, the" ex-chicane route ", cleared of its various obstacles and rehabilitated after the announcement of the abandonment of the airport, remained however, under close surveillance and closed to traffic

– "Return and rebuild" –

Opposites, the occupants have already warned: they will lead a "physical and determined resistance".

Hard to know for now the form it will take but "there will surely be a game of cat and mouse", anticipates a zadiste. Another evokes the preparation of molotov cocktails.

Two large gatherings are scheduled as early as 4:00 am Monday, followed by a distribution on the various points of blockage.

 Notre-Dame-des-Landes (AFP - Paul DEFOSSEUX)

Notre-Dame-des -Landes (AFP – Paul DEFOSSEUX)

Barricades, sit-ins, supplies in care and food: "everyone will find his way to join the fight", explains to AFP "Camille", the common pseudonym of occupants of the ZAD.

Calls for reinforcements were launched … and heard: more cars and occupants were circulating in the area on Sunday. "People have come from everywhere not to leave us alone in front of the police and backhoe loaders," says Camille.

Just like everyday life on the ZAD, each district will organize its resistance. "There is not a general, nor a command post, it is in autonomy", continues the zadiste.

He dreams, like many, of a reissue of the fiasco of the "operation César", the name of the previous attempt to evacuate the site, launched in the fall of 2012 by the government of Jean-Marc Ayrault, ardent defender of the airport project.

"This is not the same fight. we will have all the supports? ", nuances another zadiste, in reference to the tensions which would take place between legitimist and radical occupants.

"Everything is wrong, all together, we ate in the same bowl, we can not abandon each other," swears his neighbor.

Farmers will be "on the spot with tractors" , announces Vincent Delabouglise, member of Copains 44, collective of agricultural organizations. "The government comes to set fire on a territory where things began to subside," he sighs, saying "fear the worst."

"There will be arrested people, destroyed homes. ZAD is not going to be razed, people will come back and rebuild, "warns Camille

In parallel, the occupiers are fighting on the legal ground.

In a letter sent on Saturday to Édouard Philippe, their lawyers denounced unlawful expulsion procedures because they carried out "in defiance of the rights (…) guaranteed by the code of the civil procedures of execution and, more generally, of Right wing state". In the case of deportation, they announced their intention to bring appeals to convict the state.

NDDL: vigil of weapon for zadistes and police of the order before the evictions

Helicopter flights and patrols on one side, calls for reinforcements and rallies on the other: gendarmes and zadistes sharpen their preparations this weekend before the expulsion operation of the occupants of the ZAD of Notre- Dame-des-Landes, announced as imminent, nearly three months after the abandonment of the airport project.

"It's calm before the storm," sums up Lucas, a "militant brewer" installed in the heart of the occupied area, which covers 1,650 hectares. But, "the stress begins to rise" because "we know they will put the package."

The operation, scheduled for the beginning of the week, must mobilize over several days twenty-five squadrons mobile gendarmerie, or about 2,500 soldiers. It plans to expel all those who have not regularized their situation, for example by declaring new individual agricultural projects.

Almost all the estimated 250 zadists on the spot did not do so, preferring collective management the territory and the possibility of conducting non-agricultural projects.

"All those who do not fall within the framework of the legality will have to leave the grounds quickly", repeated Sunday the Prime Minister, Édouard Philippe, in an interview

For its part, Acipa, the main association of opponents of the former airport project, called on the state "not to start the process of expulsions and violence" and to privilege "the dialogue".

If the ZAD is not yet surrounded by the police, several vehicles patrolled discreetly all the weekend in the surrounding communes, to prevent any introduction of fuel, m dangerous goods or objects that can be used as weapons.

Helicopters also fly over the area, a usual scenario for several weeks.

The iconic artery of the occupied zone, the "ex-route of baffles" , cleared of its various obstacles and rehabilitated after the announcement of the abandonment of the airport, remained, however, under close surveillance and closed to traffic.

– "Return and rebuild" –

Opposites, the occupants have already warned: they will lead a "physical and determined resistance".

Hard to know for now the form it will take but "there will surely be a game of cat and mouse", anticipates a zadiste. Another evokes the preparation of molotov cocktails.

Two large gatherings are scheduled as early as 4:00 am Monday, followed by a breakdown on the various blocking points.

Barricades, sit-ins, feeding and food: "Everyone will find his way to join in the fight ", explains to AFP" Camille ", the common pseudonym of the occupants of the ZAD.

Calls for reinforcements were launched … and heard: more cars and occupants were circulating in the area on Sunday. "People have come from everywhere not to leave us alone in front of the police and backhoe loaders," says Camille.

Just like everyday life on the ZAD, each district will organize its resistance. "There is not a general, nor a command post, it is in autonomy", continues the zadiste.

He dreams, like many, of a reissue of the fiasco of the "operation César", the name of the previous attempt to evacuate the site, launched in the fall of 2012 by the government of Jean-Marc Ayrault, ardent defender of the airport project.

"This is not the same fight. we will have all the supports? ", nuances another zadiste, in reference to the tensions which would take place between legitimist and radical occupants.

Farmers will be "on the spot with tractors", announces Vincent Delabouglise, member of Copains 44, collective of agricultural organizations. "The government comes to set fire on a territory where things began to subside," he sighs, saying "fear the worst."

"There will be arrested people, destroyed homes. ZAD will not be shaved, people will come back and rebuild, "warns Camille.

" All that could be discussed much more quietly, there are people who want to stay (…) Why do all this "Why this pitched battle?", Asked Jean-Luc Mélenchon, invited Sunday of the Grand rendezvous Europe 1 / Les Echos / CNews. "It's really gesticulation, it's a diversion …", said the leader of France Insoumise, accusing the President of the Republic hoping to "create an incident there", allowing him to say "+ there is violence everywhere + … all that is grotesque".

According to a parliamentary source of the majority having requested the anonymity and evoking this evacuation to come, "they (the government) are on the option maximalist. "

In parallel with their action on the ground, the occupiers lead the fight on the legal ground.

In a letter sent on Saturday to Édouard Philippe, their lawyers denounced unlawful expulsion procedures because they carried out "in defiance of the rights (…) guaranteed by the code of the civil procedures of execution and, more generally, of Right wing state". In the event of deportation, they announced their intention to bring appeals to convict the state.

NDDL: vigil of weapon for zadistes and police of the order before the evictions

Helicopter flights and patrols on one side, calls for reinforcements and rallies on the other: gendarmes and zadistes sharpen their preparations this weekend before the expulsion operation of the occupants of the ZAD of Notre- Dame-des-Landes, announced as imminent, nearly three months after the abandonment of the airport project.

"It's calm before the storm," sums up Lucas, a "militant brewer" installed in the heart of the occupied area, which covers 1,650 hectares. But, "the stress begins to rise" because "we know they will put the package."

The operation, scheduled for the beginning of the week, must mobilize over several days twenty-five squadrons mobile gendarmerie, or about 2,500 soldiers. It plans to expel all those who have not regularized their situation, for example by declaring new individual agricultural projects.

Almost all the estimated 250 zadists on the spot did not do so, preferring collective management the territory and the possibility of conducting non-agricultural projects.

"All those who do not fall within the framework of the legality will have to leave the grounds quickly", repeated Sunday the Prime Minister, Édouard Philippe, in an interview

For its part, Acipa, the main association of opponents of the former airport project, called on the state "not to start the process of expulsions and violence" and to privilege "the dialogue".

If the ZAD is not yet surrounded by the police, several vehicles patrolled discreetly all the weekend in the surrounding communes, to prevent any introduction of fuel, m dangerous goods or objects that can be used as weapons.

Helicopters also fly over the area, a usual scenario for several weeks.

The iconic artery of the occupied zone, the "ex-route of baffles" , cleared of its various obstacles and rehabilitated after the announcement of the abandonment of the airport, remained, however, under close surveillance and closed to traffic.

– "Return and rebuild" –

Opposites, the occupants have already warned: they will lead a "physical and determined resistance".

Hard to know for now the form it will take but "there will surely be a game of cat and mouse", anticipates a zadiste. Another evokes the preparation of molotov cocktails.

Two large gatherings are scheduled as early as 4:00 am Monday, followed by a breakdown on the various blocking points.

Barricades, sit-ins, feeding and food: "Everyone will find his way to join in the fight ", explains to AFP" Camille ", the common pseudonym of the occupants of the ZAD.

Calls for reinforcements were launched … and heard: more cars and occupants were circulating in the area on Sunday. "People have come from everywhere not to leave us alone in front of the police and backhoe loaders," says Camille.

Just like everyday life on the ZAD, each district will organize its resistance. "There is not a general, nor a command post, it is in autonomy", continues the zadiste.

He dreams, like many, of a reissue of the fiasco of the "operation César", the name of the previous attempt to evacuate the site, launched in the fall of 2012 by the government of Jean-Marc Ayrault, ardent defender of the airport project.

"This is not the same fight. we will have all the supports? ", nuances another zadiste, in reference to the tensions which would take place between legitimist and radical occupants.

Farmers will be "on the spot with tractors", announces Vincent Delabouglise, member of Copains 44, collective of agricultural organizations. "The government comes to set fire to a territory where things were beginning to subside," he sighs, saying "fear the worst."

 Two people on the site of the ZAD Notre-Dame des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique), April 8, 2018 at (AFP - Fred TANNEAU)

Two people on the site of the ZAD Notre-Dame des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique), April 8, 2018 to (AFP – Fred TANNEAU

"There will be people arrested, homes destroyed, but the ZAD will not be razed, people will come back and rebuild," warns Camille.

"All this could be discussed much more quietly, he There are people who want to stay (…) Why do all this Why this battle row? "asked Jean-Luc Mélenchon, invited Sunday of the Grand rendez-vous Europe 1 / Les Echos / CNews. "It's really gesticulation, it's a diversion …", said the leader of France Insoumise, accusing the President of the Republic hoping to "create an incident there", allowing him to say "+ there is violence everywhere + … all that is grotesque."

In parallel with their action on the ground, the occupiers lead the fight on the legal ground.

In a letter sent on Saturday to Édouard Philippe, their lawyers denounced unlawful expulsion procedures because they carried out "in defiance of the rights (…) guaranteed by the code of the civil procedures of execution and, more generally, of Right wing state". In the event of deportation, they announced their intention to bring appeals to convict the state.

Argentine Police Discover 389 Kg of Cocaine at the Russian Embassy





Buenos Aires
 A 389-kilogram cocaine drug was discovered and seized from the Russian Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A number of drug dealer gangs have been arrested over the findings of this cocaine.

Spoken by Argentine Security Minister Patricia Bullrich at a press conference as reported by AFP and Reuters Friday (2/23/2010), that the drug was found in the annex section of the embassy building Russia. Estimated drugs found to have a market value of about US $ 62 million (Rp 834.9 billion).

"Gangs of narcotic criminals attempt to utilize a diplomatic courier service at the Russian Embassy," said Bullrich. The drugs reportedly will be brought on board to Europe.

Bullrich said the Police of Argentina and Russia decided to conduct a joint operation after the Russian ambassador provided information on the findings of 16 drug packages at the embassy in December 2016. This year-long operation aims to capture the perpetrator.

It is known that the drug package will be shipped via diplomatic flights to Russia. Therefore, the team deliberately swapped the contents of the 16 drug packages with flour and attached the tracking device to trap the perpetrator.

"The tracking device is placed in a suitcase that will be shipped via ship to Russia, which is the goal," Bullrich told reporters.

The tracker led to the arrest of five suspects, two in Argentina and three in Russia. One of those arrested in Argentina was a local police officer. One leader of this syndicate, called Bullrich, is still hunted.

In addition to being targeted to Russia, the drug is also suspected to be sent to Germany, where the dwarf resident of this drug syndicate. "We believe the German police will catch the fugitive," Bullrich said.

Drugs found in the Russian Embassy are believed to have originated from Colombia or Peru.

(nvc / imk)


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Gratification scandal, Netanyahu's close man arrested by Israeli police





Tel Aviv
 The issue faced by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is deepening with the arrest of a number of his close associates regarding the growing gratification investigation. One of those arrested was a former spokesman for Netanyahu's family.

The arrest was made less than a week since the Israeli police claimed they had enough evidence to indict Netanyahu over allegations of fraud, bribery and breach of trust. As reported by CNN Tuesday (20/2/2018), Israeli police have revealed that they have arrested seven people over allegations of impeding investigation, fraud, breach of trust and a number of other indictments.

Those arrested, referred to as believers or people close to Netanyahu. Two of them are Nir Hefetz who is a former spokesperson for the Netanyahu family and Shaul Elovitch who is a multi-millionaire owner of an Israeli media company considered a close associate of Netanyahu.

The arrest was made on Sunday (18 / 2) local time, after a joint investigation between the police and the Israeli Security Authority (ISA), which conducted its own investigation last year. In court documents filed with the Tel Aviv Tribunal, the judge, who in his decision detained one of the suspects, said there was a "major development" in the investigation. But the judge did not explain the progress in question.

Netanyahu has not been named a suspect in a recent investigation, which the local public calls the '4000 case' or 'Bezeq case'. Bezeq is an Israeli telecommunications company in the center of the investigation.

In this case, the charges focus on the practice of conspiring senior Bezeq officials with the Israeli Ministry of Communications to benefit Bezeq. One of them fabricated a total receipt of 170 million shekels to benefit Elovitch. Instead, Netanyahu and his family got positive reviews from Elovitch's online media, named Walla! News.

The arrest of seven Netanyahu-linked men is seen increasingly bringing police to Netanyahu, who has repeatedly denied any violation of the law. Hefetz was arrested on charges of obstructing investigations and accepting bribes. Hefetz through his lawyer has denied this accusation.

While Elovitch is charged with fraud, bribery, money laundering, breach of corporate trust and several other charges. Like Hefetz, Elovicth also denied the charges through his lawyer. Elovitch is known to own the cable company 'Yes' and control the shareholders of Bezeq.

In addition to the two names, the five others arrested were Elovitch's wife and boys, Iris and Or, Elovitch's right hand, Amikam Shorer, then CEO of Bezeq Stella Handler and Former Director General of the Ministry of Communications of Israel Shlomo Filber. It is known that Netanyahu has served as Israel's Communications Minister. Filber served under Netanyahu.

Case 4000 is the fourth case that dragged Netanyahu and those close to him. The other three cases are 1000 cases, 2000 cases and 3000 cases. Netanyahu has been named as a suspect in the first two cases. A third case investigation or 3000 case is still continuing. The case involved the purchase of German assault vessels and submarines for millions of dollars.

(nvc / ita)


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