Whilst the court was postponed for the day because one of the jurors was ill, people gathered to show solidarity from far and near in the cafe's adjacent to Small Street where the crown court is situated.
One small red and black spider made a woolly web which showed it capturing cluster bombs (which continue to bug ordinary people in Iraq), similiar to those believed to have been widely being dropped in Iraq. These need seriously banning, though one type are likely to continue to be used by the UK.
During this time a court security man came out and demanded that no photos be taken, he stated that a poster inside said this was not permitted and yet there was no such poster when this was checked. Nevertheless - poetic friendlies and pally police showed some involvement and delight at the display, as did passerby's. (No images of this insignificant event will be posted).
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