Poster shows three black and white images of protests that took place in Saarbrücken in 1996. Detailed captions for those are at the bottom left. The red star symbol of the RAF (Red Army Faction) appears behind the subtitle. On the top right is a red square with a clenched fist in the middle. The poster text block calls for a demonstration of solidarity supporting Ursel Quack, a woman suspected of association with and support of the the RAF. Also, demands doing away with Section 129a of the German criminal code that related to the formation of terrorist organizations and made it easier to prosecute cases like Quack's. She was scheduled to be tried in Koblenz. The bottom left of the poster has a red block printed in black that gives information on a demonstration to be held in Koblenz at the opening of Quack's trial. The last line gives information on how to make donations to the bank account of defense attorney Martin Heiming. Ink is black and red.