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Jailed Greenpeace activists delivered to St. Pete detention centers

12.11.2013 11:07

The 30 jailed members of Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise have been transferred to a St. Petersburg pre-trial detention facilities from the northern Russian city of Murmansk, where they had been detained since September 18.

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Len Trezise 16.11.2013 15:57

Is Russia becoming the international dictators of the world. Jailing our people and other people from the free world for protesting and it's now blocking its borders from people from visiting their relatives. Has Vladimir Putin and his gang of criminals taken over the dictatorship of former Nazi Germany?


Lolu Lolu 12.11.2013 20:54

These green idiots should spend their time in prison as they care about themselves only. During recent disaster time at the Philippines the green bunch went to the US embassy accusing the US about climate change rather than going to the actual disaster sites and help people.
Such organisations should be banned.


sandra 12.11.2013 17:40

Set the activists free!
Save the polar bears!


Paul Vonharnish 12.11.2013 14:40

It's ok for corporations to be pirates, exploiters, assassins, warmongers, environmental terrorists, and bald-faced liars, but it's not ok to protest. What hogwash. Greenpeace and many other environmental organizations know the end game to corporatism will be complete environmental collapse. The people that agree with the arrest of these activists are the kind of pigs and ignorant slobs that need to be exterminated.


Lord Lindley 12.11.2013 12:39

Well done Russia. You have a leader not afraid of doing what the majority want. Like wise with the homosexual laws and the muslims bieng tol they will not change anything for them. If only our leaders had a spine.

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