Newport activist joins Russian Greenpeace group shot

South Wales Argus: Newport activist joins Russian Greenpeace group shot Newport activist joins Russian Greenpeace group shot

NEWPORT Greenpeace activist Anthony Perrett joined the other Greenpeace activists bailed from a Russian prison for this picture.

The ex-Caldicot councillor was jailed for two months while facing charges of piracy and hooliganism for his part in a protest against oil drilling on the Arctic Ocean.

Mr Perrett, 32, still faces up to 15 years in prison and cannot leave St Petersburg.

He was the first Briton among the so-called Arctic 30, from the Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise ship, to be released

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8:11am Wed 4 Dec 13

Katie Re-Registered says...

Here's hoping they sue the backside off Dictator Putin!
Here's hoping they sue the backside off Dictator Putin! Katie Re-Registered

6:27pm Wed 4 Dec 13

John Ben says...

Let's hope the Russians keep these troublemakers. A good few years in prison will do them a lot of good and keep them off our streets.
Let's hope the Russians keep these troublemakers. A good few years in prison will do them a lot of good and keep them off our streets. John Ben

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