London: Friends of Astrid Proll, 1978
21 x 15cm, 8pp. Public pamphlet published as part of the campaign to prevent the former terrorist Proll from deportation to West Germany. Prioll had escaped during a pause in her trial for robbery and attempted murder due to supposed bad health and went to London to live underground. The pamphlet outlines the state’s case against her and suggests that she would not get a fair trial and that she was a reformed character. To be fair there is no evidence that she was involved directly in violence but she did act as a get away driver for the violent escape of Andreas Baade in 1970. She eventually agreed to return to Germany and was sentenced to five and half years but her previous time in prison meant she was immediately freed. Very good condition.