Re: Cost of criminal damage?
- From: Tony Dragon <tony.dragon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 08 Sep 2009 08:43:03 +0100
On 8 Sep, 07:47, "Ret." <xxx> wrote:Doug wrote:Hardly, when you compare it to the criminal damage caused byWhy does it cost so much to clean off some paint?I'm pleased to note that at least you do recognise that this is wanton
"...Cole sprayed ‘Build Peace not War Machines’ on the conference
centre doors and ‘arms trade = death’ on the steps. He poured red
paint as symbolic blood and wrote ‘stop this bloody business’.
Cole was later charged with ‘approximately £2,000 work of criminal
damage’ and will appear at a plea hearing at Horseferry Road
Magistrates Court on 17th September..."
criminal damage - and not legitimate protest. May be we are getting
somewhere with you Doug?
unnecessary wars, all of which are denied voter choice and are
therefore not legitimate in any way, unlike the protests against them,
which are morally legitimate despite being outlawed by the State.
UK Radical Campaigns
One man's democracy is another man's Police State.
Was this criminal damage also denied voter choice?
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