Prisoner solidarity with John Paul Wootton and the ongoing miscarriage of justice of the Craigavon Two.
Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee (IWOC) express their continued support and solidarity with the campaign known as the Craigavon Two.
During a panel discussion in relation to the Craigavon Two held in Derry at the beginning of 2019 at the Bloody Sunday March for Justice Week of events a statement read out on behalf of both men on their continuing fight for justice and please share.
Both the IWW and the IWOC believe it is vital for anyone who believes in human rights and social justice to step forward and highlight this case and the continued imprisonment of these two innocent men, who will be going into their 12th year locked up Maghaberry prison in March 2020.
There are many ways in which you can help demand justice for John Paul and Brendan and the main one of which the campaign and the families a calling for people to assist with it their online petition. There are currently over 11,170 signatures of which you can play your part in assisting.
Please continue to sign and share the petition.
The IWW Ireland, along with other trade union organisations have statements voicing their continuing support and solidarity: https://iwwireland.wordpress.com/2019/01/22/iww-demand-justice-for-the-craigavon-two/
If your union or community organisation hasn’t issued a message of solidarity then it is time to ask, why not?
Lastly, you to can write to political groups or figures in your location to raise awareness of the campaign for justice and solidarity. Likewise, you can highlight the case at British Embassies or Consulates where you live.