Amnesty International keeping a close watch on how authorities treat Trans Mountain opponents

Amnesty International says it is keeping a close watch on how police react to opponents of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline in British Columbia.

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Amnesty International says it is keeping a close watch on how police react to opponents of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline in British Columbia.

To date, dozens of people have been arrested in a protest that has lasted months.

As some individuals risk prosecution, AI’s Alex Neve talks about the protestor’s rights in a case like this.

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2 thoughts on “Amnesty International keeping a close watch on how authorities treat Trans Mountain opponents

  1. They are not merely protesting.
    They are subverting the rule of law.
    Prosecute them for trespass
    Civil lawsuits for trespass.
    Get injunctions and prosecute for contempt of court.
    No plea- bargaining. Go for lengthy jail terms.
    Bankrupt them with legal fees.
    Go after Amnesty International
    It’s supporting law breakers?
    Not its original mandate.
    Take away tax status.

  2. They are not merely protesting.
    They are subverting the rule of law.
    Prosecute them for trespass
    Civil lawsuits for trespass.
    Get injunctions and prosecute for contempt of court.
    No plea- bargaining. Go for lengthy jail terms.
    Bankrupt them with legal fees.
    Go after Amnesty International
    It’s supporting law breakers?
    Not its original mandate.
    Take away tax status.

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