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Nottingham Post: Further police evidence shocks 'to come to light'

THE lawyer who represented protesters charged with planning to shut down Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station says there are more cases in Notts where evidence was not properly disclosed

The trial of six protesters collapsed – and the convictions of another 20 were quashed – when claims emerged that evidence from undercover cop Mark Kennedy had been withheld. ......

.... Mike Schwarz, who repre…

Nttm Post: Police under fire .. collapse of eco-protest trial

The police and the CPS were responsible for failures in the case of 26 protesters taken to court for planning a protest at Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station, a report has found. Dominic Howell reports...

 

More reports and reviews as questions continue [and another five in addition to these by my reckoning].

IN addition to the report published by Sir Christopher Rose, there are six other revie…

CPS: CPS report on Ratcliffe Power Station Case

...... Sir Christopher said there could, and should, have been a meeting between the police and the CPS before anyone was charged in which the undercover officer's secret recordings could have been considered.

He said there was no proper disclosure to the defence and no attempt to follow standard legal practice to withhold secret material, known as public interest immunity.

He said: "All involv…

Mark Kennedy: more pictures discovered

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Have discovered more photographs of undercover police officer Mark Kennedy.  There has been much reporting of his monitoring activities in watching [&contributing to] direct action of climate change issues.

Shell Demo in solidarity with Rossport resistance

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Thursday 18th August 2011

At 6pm on Thursday evening, people gathered outside the Shell petrol station on the Carlton Road, Nottingham.

 

Ratcliffe Trial Day 4 - Prosecution case concludes

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Continuing from yesterday, Barrister for the prosecution, Miss Felicity Gerry continued to hack her way in reading through the significant sized list of papers, maps, equipment and property. Laying out the sophistication of the plans.

Prosecution describes safety measures taken by 114

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The prosecution continued its case this morning.

Day of Action 24/11/2010 Nottingham

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Students from Nottingham University and Toot Hill School in Bingham protest against higher university fees and the axe of EMAs.

Ratcliffe Trial Day 3 - Prosecution case continues

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23 November 2010 Nottingham Crown Court



Barrister for the prosecution, Miss Felicity Gerry continued to outline their case.

Tory Party HQ Nottingham Closed for Business Today

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Wednesday 24th November 2010,



The Conservative Party HQ was closed for business today. 

Ratcliffe Trial Day 2 - Prosecution’s Opening

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23 November 2010 Nottingham Crown Court



After yesterdays administrations and argument, today started with the jury being introduced to the prosecutions main elements of the case.

Notts Save Our Services Demo 2 The Speeches etc

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On Saturday 20th November, hundreds of folks gathered for a demonstration / protest march in opposition to the governments cuts to welfare, public service, care etc etc .... [oooops sorry, I meant the governments public spending review].

Notts Save Our Services Demo 1 The March

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On Saturday 20th November, hundreds of folks gathered for a demonstration / protest march in opposition to the governments cuts to welfare, public service, care etc etc .... [oooops sorry, I meant the governments public spending review].

Smashed Windows & Graffiti @ Conservative Offices

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Thursday 18th November 2010



Damage was done to the Conservative Party Nottingham Office last night.

Ratcliffe Power Station : Court Case Reporting

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: IMC Northern: Piracy & Participatory Economics

Excellent piece about Michael Albert's visit to Leeds and related themes.

: Ratcliffe: 21 climate change activists face Court

In the early hours of April 14th 2009 a highly expensive and widely condemned policing operation saw 114 climate campaigners arrested on suspicion of conspiring to commit aggravated trespass and criminal damage. In what has been deemed the largest ever ‘pre-emptive’ arrest, hundreds of police burst into a meeting room where plans were being made to safely shut down Ratcliffe-on-Soar, the U…

: Activists cut nets to free dolphins Japan

Divers from The Black Fish, the new European conservation organisation Notts Indymedia reported on a fortnight ago, have, in the night before last, cut the nets of six holding pens in Taiji, Japan, that were holding dolphins caught during a dolphin drive hunt a few days earlier. During this hunt a number of dolphins were selected for the international dolphinarium trade and transferred to these ho…

Tash on Photoshop

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A selection of 'issue based' images, messed about in photoshop and edited to video 640x480 .AVI