Court & Prison
Two of the three Just Stop Oil supporters, who appeared at Birmingham Crown Court today, were acquitted while a third was given a fourteen day
On 31st May, Ana Heyatawin, 59, from Wells was sentenced to three months in prison for gluing herself to the dock while appearing at Stratford
In a further show of resistance, Michelle ‘Mitch’ Cadet-Rose, 56, from Chesterfield declined to appear in court at Birmingham today, where she was summoned for
Birmingham Crown Court cases were delayed this morning as the bus that was to transport four Just Stop Oil supporters from the women’s prison, HMP
My name is Victoria Lindsell, I’m 66 and have lived in Warwickshire for the last 36 years. I was due to appear at Birmingham Crown
Imprisonment is not so bad although it’s a ludicrous situation that I’m locked up for peacefully protesting an injunction designed to protect the fossil fuel industry whose time should now be over. A justice system that allows this in the context of a climate and ecological emergency is not fit for purpose – and therefore I will not comply with it.
So more from Birmingham County Court – lets start with those in prison Amy Pritchard and Emily Brocklebank are being released from HMP Foston Hall,