Greenpeace accused profiled

3 April 2000

Greenpeace accused profiled

SIX Greenpeace volunteers who go on trial on Monday (03 April) accused of taking part on a raid on a farm holding genetically modified maize trials are profiled in The Express.

The six, along 22 other Greenpeace members, will appear at Norwich Crown Court charged with criminal damage and theft.

They include a peer, a beauty therapist, a priest, a restaurateur, a mother and a green campaigner.

Alongside the headline “What have these six ordinary people got in common?”, the group is pictured having lunch in the garden of the Greenpeace London HQ.

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