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Expropriation at Carrefour

From Liberación Total (September 10, 2010):

Communiqué:

September 8, 2010

The Heroes of 1917 Unit has attacked the offices of exploitative French company Carrefour, stealing a significant sum of ill-gotten money from the exploitative company, which is covering up its firing of employees with the support of the Kirchnerist bourgeois mafioso government. Additionally, we stole a weapon and ammunition from a member of the Argentine Naval Command, which carried out repressive assignments for the exploitative business. The oppressor was taught a severe lesson at our hands: Don’t mess with the revolutionary fighters of the Luciano Arruga Brigade.

Apart from recovering resources, this action was carried out as a protest measure against the French state’s xenophobic treatment of the Rom ethnic group, which it deported from its territory in an imitation of some of the worst abuses of the Nazi era.

Also, against the downsizing policy directed at the Carrefour workers.

—Heroes of 1917 Unit
—Luciano Arruga Brigade

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Attack on Police Precinct No. 2 in Buenos Aires

From Liberación Total (August 24, 2010):

Communiqué:

La Plata
August 23, 2010

Taking advantage of the early morning darkness, the Juan Bianchi and Heroes of the Tragic Week Units attacked the spineless police at Precinct No. 2 in Buenos Aires, disarming an on-duty officer and stealing his weapon along with other weapons and some communications gear.

Afterward, we fled, right under the executioners’ noses.

Weapons for the People!

—Juan Bianchi Unit
—Heroes of the Tragic Week Unit
—Luciano Arruga Brigade

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Actions against union bureaucrats and Metropolitan Police in Argentina

From Liberación Total: (August 16, 2010):

Communiqué:

July 29, 2010

We welcome the class-conscious comrades from the Hilda Guerrero de Molina Unit of the August 22 Class-Conscious Collective in Tucumán, who are joining forces with us against the exploiter capital, the state, the Mercenary Police, and the union bureaucracy. Said comrades carried out an attack on a union bureaucrat from the Provincial Transportation Union in Tucumán—a real mafia in the service of the Alperovich government—by opening fire on the hit-man’s home, leaving him a clear warning: If he continues his union activity and his bullying of class-conscious members of the Union, he will be punished for his actions.

Anarchist comrades also attacked the Truckers’ Union headquarters in Salta, causing destruction and leaving graffiti inside that refuge for the union bureaucrats who are used as salteño dictator Romero’s gang. After the attack, the Union asked the Salta Secretary General—that representative of state exploitation, for whom the Union acts as the usual thug—for protection.

Finally, the Simon Radowitzky Unit of the Luciano Arruga Brigade planted two bombs at the Metropolitan Police training center early Saturday morning. Sadly, the bombs were deactivated by Federal Police monkeys. We’ll have better luck next time, and we’ll blow the hands off those slaves of the system.

Freedom for Martino, La Galle, and other prisoners of the Social War

—Luciano Arruga Brigade
—Simon Radowitzky Unit
—Hilda Guerrero de Molina Unit

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Shots fired at police station in Neuquén, Argentina

From Liberación Total (July 27, 2010):

Unknown gunmen opened fire at the 20th Precinct in the Parque Industrial neighborhood at around midnight on Thursday. The police officers on duty heard the shots and went outside, managing to glimpse a group of people making their escape some 100 meters away. Patrols immediately began in the vicinity and along the attackers’ escape route, where more shots were heard. Seven bullets hit an exterior wall of the police station, but none of the shots penetrated the cement wall or wounded anyone. Police have been unable to make any arrests.

Communiqué:

Neuquén; July 22, 2010

Today, July 22, in the early morning, the Cardenas-Fuentealba Unit paid a visit to the monkeys at the Parque Industrial police station and sprayed their shack with gunfire to wake them up, since no one was on duty at the door, surely due to the cold. We would also like to tell the members of the Bomb Squad that they will continue to receive our little packages, and that one of these days one of them will be for real and will make them pay for the crimes they commit as the system’s mercenaries.

To the eternally corrupt Cutral Có functionary José Cotter: Watch out. The people’s justice will find you sooner than later.

Burn the monkeys’ hovels
Burn the remains of the system

—Cardenas-Fuentealba Unit
—Luciano Arruga Brigade

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Luciano Arruga Brigade responds to street cleaner’s death

From Liberación Total (July 21, 2010):

Communiqué:

For the time being, let’s clarify a number of concerns that our Revolutionary Cells comrades have expressed regarding our operations.

1. In the case of our first communiqué, the comrade who disseminated it made an error. Said comrade is part of the Simon  Radowitzky Unit, which had previously published a claim under the name “Revolutionary Cells,” so the name was used again. This error will be corrected in future communiqués, which will be signed by the Luciano Arruga Brigade and the Unit(s) involved.

2. During the Cipolletti attacks, an innocent worker—toiling for this exploitative regime’s scraps and drippings—sadly fell victim to one of the bombs. The brothers in the Unit had previously observed that when a bag of garbage was left at the location, a police officer would remove it. Therefore, they thought that planting a bomb there would only hurt one of the system’s brutes. Regrettably, this was not the case. The Unit is undergoing a self-criticism regarding the action, and it will plan future attacks more thoroughly.

Almost all of us are anarchists, and we agree with most of what the Revolutionary Cells set forth, but we have decided to begin our own project through the Luciano Arruga Brigade.

Our Units support the regional struggle against the police and the oppressor state, and we also back the Autonomous Mapuche in their fight for land and liberty against the MPN (Neuquén People’s Movement) government of Neuquén province and against those supported by the national state in Río Negro. It should be noted that there has been no support for the investigations into police abuse in Río Negro because the province is “allied” to the system’s main party.

Likewise, our war is against the state and the church, which is a dirty opiate that destroys human freedom.

We also are collaborating with a group of class-conscious comrades who have decided to link their fate to ours in a truly anti-systemic struggle against the union bureaucracy.

War on the State and the system that corrupts human freedom!
Freedom for the prisoners in struggle: Martino, La Galle, and so many others

—Luciano Arruga Brigade
—Juan Bianchi Unit
—August 22 Classist Collective
—Diego Petrissans Unit
—Bonefoi-Carrasco Unit
—Cardenas-Fuentealba Unit
—Simon Radowitzky Unit
—Leandro Morel Unit
—Heroes of the Tragic Week Unit

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Argentina: Police Academy and Telefónica office bombings claimed

From Liberación Total (July 14, 2010):

Communiqué:

July 13, 2010

Today, July 13, 2010, this Brigade’s Bonefoi-Carrasco Unit carried out bombings at the Rio Negro Police Academy in Cipolletti and the local office of Spanish company Telefónica in Furiloche. A cautionary package was also left at the home of a BORA (Special Operations, Rescue, and Anti-Disturbance Squad) police officer at the “400 Apartments” building in Furiloche.

On the same day, in Cutral Có, the Cardenas-Fuentealba Fighting Unit machine-gunned the home of a corrupt Social Services official in retaliation for the prevented distribution of food and aid to MPN (Neuquén People’s Movement) supporters.

—Luciano Arruga Brigade

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Police Academy and Telefónica bombings leave one dead in Rio Negro, Argentina

From Liberación Total (July 14, 2010):

A bomb exploded on the doorstep of the Police Cadet Academy on Tuesday, killing 60-year-old street cleaner José Domingo Maciel, who was working on Calle Fernández Oro. When Maciel tried to move the bag containing the bomb, he inadvertently triggered its detonation mechanism, causing it to explode prematurely.

Minutes later, a phone call alerted police to the presence of a suspicious backpack in the window of the Telefónica offices on Calle Miguel Muñoz. Specialists deactivated another bomb found there.

The explosion that killed Maciel produced a shockwave strong enough to break all the windows on the second floor of the Cadet Academy and damage the doors on the first floor. The blast could also be heard some distance away, including at Criminal Investigation Squad headquarters, which is right next to the officer training center.

When the second bomb was found, the entire area surrounding the Telefónica offices was evacuated.

Shortly thereafter, the Neuquén police Radio Communications Squad received a call alerting them to the presence of another suspicious package at an apartment in the “400 Apartments” building. After an exhaustive search, officials concluded that it was a false alarm.

Meanwhile, police deployed roadblocks throughout the region and carried out sweep operations in different cities.

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