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Julien Coupat Anarchist Handbook
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Julien Coupat, leader of the alleged group, arrives at the court in March 2018. Photograph: Yoan Valat/EPA French judges have acquitted eight people accused of being part of an anarchist group that attempted to sabotage part of France’s high-speed rail network a decade ago, ruling that the group Julien Coupat (born June 4, 1974 in Bordeaux) is a French political activist. As one of the Tarnac Nine, which they described as an Anarchist cell. Julien Coupat, the alleged leader of the Tarnac group, arrives at court in Paris on 13 March 2018. Photograph: Yoan Valat/EPA Members of an alleged anarchist organisation have gone on trial accused of attempting to sabotage part of France’s high-speed rail network a decade ago. Investigators say The group's charismatic leader Julien Coupat, Eight members of an alleged anarchist cell went on trial in France on Tuesday accused of sabotaging Saturday 17 March 2018 > français The “Tarnac group” ’anarchist cell’ on trial in France over 2008 suspected rail sabotage. Ten years after their arrests in a politically charged case that prompted accusations of police overreach, Julien Coupat, Yildune Lévy, Elsa Hauck, Bertrand Deveaud, Christophe Becker, Manon Glibert, Benjamin Ten years after their arrests in a politically charged case that prompted accusations of police overreach, eight members of an alleged “anarchist cell” will go on trial in France on Tuesday over claims of sabotaging high-speed train lines. Ten years after their arrests in a politically charged case that prompted accusations of police overreach, eight members of an alleged "anarchist cell" will go on trial in France on Tuesday over claims of sabotaging high-speed train lines. The village of Tarnac, where Julien Coupat and several people in the communal living compound he led were arrested in November 2008. (AFP pic) Eight members of an alleged anarchist cell went on trial in France on Tuesday accused of sabotaging high-speed The group's charismatic leader Julien Coupat, Julien Coupat (centre) They admit meeting like-minded people in New York but insist that their encounters were not a sinister global anarchist get-together,