Stopping British deportation of refugees ‘terrorism’, people protest


This 11 December 2018 video from London, England says about itself:

Thousands Turnout to Support the Stansted 15 – Home Office Protest 11.12.2018 (full event)

Today over 300 people including politicians, artists and academics have signed a letter in support of the #Stansted15 and nearly 5000 people protested outside the Home Office.

Read it and share.

If you didn’t get a chance to sign the letter there’s a petition now up and running which you can sign here.

Campaigners for the release of the Stansted 15 – convicted of ‘terrorism offences’ they now face lengthy prison sentences for non-violent defence of refugees

This photo shows campaigners for the release of the Stansted 15 – convicted of ‘terrorism offences’ they now face lengthy prison sentences for non-violent defence of refugees.

Fifteen UK anti-deportation activists, accused of terrorism offences for preventing the departure of an immigration removal charter flight from London Stansted Airport, have been found guilty. Following a nine-week trial at Chelmsford Crown Court, the jury found the “Stansted 15” in contravention of the rarely used 1990 Aviation and Maritime Security Act, by endangering safety at an airport. The defendants, who are preparing to appeal the verdict, face potential life prison sentences and await sentencing in February: here.

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