How the police interrogate and how to defend against it

Protect your friends from the police, give them this book.

An interrogation is not a harmonious exchange between two individuals.

It is a conflict.

And in this conflict, our ignorance is their strength. Ignorance about the meaning of police work, ignorance about the manipulation techniques they use, ignorance about the legal framework and finally ignorance about our possibility of defense.

In response to this observation, after a year and a half of work, we are pleased to announce the publication of a book, conceived as a tool of self-defense against the police practice of interrogation.

For now, the book is written in German and French. You can order it, at free price, through our website. A PDF version is also available there.

This book is the result of many complicities: proofreading, corrections, critical discussions, encouragement, illustrations, layout, translations, printing and distribution. A warm thank you to all the people who made this project possible.


This book is intended to be a self-defense tool. So that we can learn collectively and individually to protect ourselves from the police until we throw this institution into the dustbin of history.

In addition to the written word, its content is transmitted orally in workshops and conferences. But there are still many other means of transmission that it would be interesting to explore: podcast, video-tutorial, comic strip, audio-book etc. If anyone is interested in such projects, please contact us.

In addition, to increase the reach of this book, we are looking for people to participate in its translation. All languages are welcome.

If interested :

A few weeks ago, we did a radio interview about the release of the book with Libradio, more precisely with Kramps, an accomplice in the struggle with whom we had the opportunity to cross paths a few times. On the sidelines of this interview we had a very open and touching conversation about his cancer, and the ways of living and fighting in the context of a serious illness.

It was with sadness that we learned of his death a short time later.

We would like to present our book as a tribute to him.

To William