The group was issued a written legal warning from Total's lawyers stating that the actions of the protesters was "dangerous" and that Total did not "want to see anybody killed or injured as a result of the protest". Responses from the group that Total's involvement in Burma was already seeing people killed and injured were barely recognized. However, despite refusing to adhere to the restrictions on our protest demanded by Total (high-visibility jackets, advance warning of future demonstrations and staying off their 'private property') the manager failed to fulfill her threat of calling the police and the protesters stayed until it was deemed to freezing cold to stay any longer.
Join us in January (we're going home-terms over...) every Saturday morning at the bus stop outside the Pavilion at 11.30 or up at the garage in Kemp Town at 12.30.
Total Out Of Burma Brighton