|Stockton streets exploded in 2012.|
Below is a re-cap of some of the biggest stories of 2012, both in regards to expose pieces that we debuted on this site, coverage of social struggles, and some of our most popular pieces. We thank everyone that continues to read and use Modesto Anarcho and makes us desire to continue writing these words.
2012 wasn't the end of the old world, but let's make 2013 be the start of the a new one.
|Demonstrator is taken away by police|
during Sacramento anti-Nazi protest.
A local man is framed by Delhi police for being a well known graffiti writer.
Protesters battle Neo-Nazis and police as they attempt to shut down a racist demonstration.
Anthony Nunez is thrown in juvenile hall after his family attempts to help the police...
A man being evicted in 'Whispering Woods,' on Prescott Ave., shoots and kills a sheriff and a locksmith, leading to one of the most dramatic and massive police standoffs in Modesto history.
Stockton streets explode in the wake of police murders.
|Woodland family occupies foreclosed home.|
As repression mounts in the Obama era, the author describes how these tactics have already been in use across the world by the US government.
MPD takes a stand against sleeping bags.
People in Stockton again take to the streets against police brutality and murder.
The story the Modesto Bee refused to cover!
|Struggle for Ernest Duenez, Jr. continues.|
Life of militant Alex Mahan is remembered by friends and family in the streets of Stockton.
Woodland home is occupied against eviction by Sheriffs.
Dash cam video of Manteca police officer John Moody killing Ernest Duenez, Jr., is finally released.
Hacker group says it will take action against Manteca police over the killing of Ernest Duenez, Jr.