A mound of earth was then pushed against the building giving bailiffs access to non-tripod sitting villagers. The bailiffs then proceded to lower the tripods whilst the sitters were still in them, with no regard for their well being and safety, As a result of this treatment one tripod sitter was sunsequently taken to hospital with potentially serious injuries to his legs.
During all of this police ignored cries of pain and calls for help, they did, however, act to prevent villagers attempting to re-enter the site over the fence.
The bailiffs then proceded to demolish the on site building, ignoring requests to dampen the earth to protect the native endangered newt population.
The site owner has since contacted local residents to talk about non industrial use of the land.
The bailiffs firm acting on behalf of the High Court were Constant & Co.