Toll gates three times on fire in the Czech Republic

The same day (May 1st 2015) at 4pm published another article about the case: Toll gates three times on fire in the Czech Republic

The toll gate near by Hulin after the attack.

HULIN. According to the police, last May the/an anarchist group put a toll gate on fire near Hulin on motor way D1. But this was not the first time somebody set this monitoring installation on fire. The first time a toll gate was on fire was in September 2010. Before that toll gate cameras were also destroyed with foam sealant. 

According to police documents relating to Tuesday’s detention of leftist radicals, the group set one gate on fire in May 2014. According to the website there have been five attacks on “money collecting” equipment, be it that it is not evident that it was done by the same people. Continue reading Police operation against extremists: the anarchists prepared a terrorist attack against a train

We have decided to share a few articles from some of the official Czech media outlets to paint a broader picture of the situation here. This one is from, published on May 1st 2015, at 6 o’clock in the morning:

Police operation against extremists: the anarchists prepared a terroris tattack against a train

Police in Brno

PRAGUE. According to the police leftist extremists prepared a big terrorist attack on a train. The publication is not entirely clear about the kind of train: a train with military equipment or with Hyundai cars. It seems the group wanted to use molotov cocktails. This information is found in a document to which the server had exclusive access.

According to the police the radical anarchists of the group “Site revolucnich bunek” [Network of revolutionary cells], against which the police went into action last Tuesday, prepared a big terrorist attack. “Not later than September 2014 they started the preparations for a direct attack on an until now not clearly defined cargo train carrying either military equipment or Hyundai passenger cars”, reads the police report. Continue reading