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Greenpeace becoming a dangerous job

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:58 on September 18, 2014  

this happened in Russian waters too some people were charged with being pirates even knowing they wernt to intimidate pro active environmentalist rights to free speach with no political agendas over companies so look for slanderous lies to punish them to sideline their cause ” hey where were their machine guns” they had none. They couldn’t just make them leave they had to arrest them. They haven’t changed. 

Do companies have governments in their pocket?

just a few weeks, eight Greenpeace activists, who last March participated in a peaceful protest at Procter & Gamble’s Cincinnati headquarters to protect Indonesian rainforest1, will be going on trial.

They’re each facing two separate felony charges — burglary and vandalism — and if convicted, they could spend almost ten years in prison.

These are crimes they did not commit. The charges in this case are an attempt to intimidate us and prevent more people from taking action — especially when it relates to large corporations like Procter & Gamble. The eight individuals on trial in Cincinnati are prepared to accept the consequences of their actions for a cause they believe in. But they aren’t burglars. And they aren’t vandals. That’s why they’re going to trial.

I’ll be there in person in Cincinnati during the trial doing everything I can to support the eight individuals and their case. You have a role to play too.

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