a BBC documentary entitled 'Who's Watching You' features campaigners against EDO MBM/ITT:
From the BBC site:
John Catt found himself on the wrong side of the ANPR system. He regularly attends anti-war demonstrations outside a factory in Brighton, his home town.
It was at one of these protests that Sussex police put a "marker" on his car. That meant he was added to a "hotlist".
This is a system meant for criminals but John Catt has not been convicted of anything and on a trip to London, the pensioner found himself pulled over by an anti-terror unit.
"I was threatened under the Terrorist Act. I had to answer every question they put to me, and if there were any questions I would refuse to answer, I would be arrested. I thought to myself, what kind of world are we living in?"
Who's Watching you is at 21.00 on BBC 2 on Bank Holiday Monday
The first trial arising out of last year's Carnival Against the Arms Trade restarts on Wednesday 27th May and is scheduled to end this week. Please come and show support at Brighton Magistrate's Court. from 10am.
The weekly noise demos are continuing as usual every Wednesday between 4-6 outside EDO on Home Farm Road (just behind Moulsecoomb station). The noise demos really are the backbone of the campaign and could do with some more regular support so drop by if you can!
Robert Alford has still not been released, despite being granted technical bail, and remains in HMP Lewes was granted bail which means that he will be out of prison soon. Elijah Smith remains on remand and has been transferred back to Lewes prison from Bristol. Please send letters of support to:
Elijah Smith VP7551 and Robert Alford , HMP Lewes, 1 Brighton Road, Lewes, Sussex BN7 1EA
For further info about the decommissioning see http://decommisioners.wordpress.com/