Following the trial of Margaret Jones and Paul Milling - known as the 'Fairford Disarmers' - which ended with no clear verdict, now Phil Pritchard and Toby Olditch - known as the 'B52 Two' - face trial. The trial begins Monday 2nd October at Bristol Crown Court, and is expected to last up to two weeks.
More On The 'B52 Two' Website: http://b52two.org/
Green writes: We are inviting people to come at any point during the trial. There will be a gathering of supporters at 9am on Monday 2nd October outside the Court. Please show your support! There will be cakes and pretty banners! Bristol Crown Court is on Small Street, off Corn Street, in the Centre. Full Article:
Margaret Jones writes: They're charged with the same thing as Paul and me - conspiracy to commit criminal damage. They were trying to reach a B-52 bomber to disable it, when they were both arrested. Naturally Paul and I, while awaiting our re-trial, are watching ... how this second trial may turn out. Paul and I had magnificent support, which I shall remember with deep gratitude all my life. We hope people will feel moved to come down and offer similar backing to Phil and Toby. Also to Josh Richards, when his trial comes up in Nov. Full Article:
Celebrate Resistance! : Free Music and Poetry Event. Thur 5th October 7.30pm to midnight at the Queen's Head, Easton Street, Easton, BS2. To celebrate resistance to state violence and war.
Trial Of Margaret Jones and Paul Milling:
'Fairford Disarmers' Trial Ends With 'No Clear Verdict'
Fairford Disarmers Trial - "THIS WAS NOT A PROTEST"