Holding a banner is worse than beating a man until he is blind…

June 2, 2008

Sean Kirtley was sentenced to four and a half years by Judge Ross on Friday, Sean has done nothing but hold peaceful demonstrations against Sequani and its suppliers. He was identified as a main target by police as he updated the SSAT website and phone and internet records according to police showed a hierarchy and some form of organisation! (Which is clearly illegal now…)

On the same day, a mother who shopped her sons to the police are sentenced to two years for beating a father for no reason until he was blinded.

We live in a time when people like Michael Porter who was convicted of 24 counts of indecent assault and gross indecency on children – one of which was committed on an 18-month-old baby is a given a community rehabilitation order and a guy who holds a placard is locked away and treated as a terrorist!

Please show your support by writing to Sean at his new prison address:
Sean Kirtley WC 6977, HMP Blakenhurst, Hewell Lane, Redditch, B97 6QS

We have also designed some stencils for those willing to raise awareness of what has happened to Sean and our right to protest!

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5 Responses to “Holding a banner is worse than beating a man until he is blind…”

  1. […] We have also designed some stencils for those willing to raise awareness of what has happened to Sean and our right to protest! Click here to download them! […]

  2. Alf said

    Sickening ~ but, sadly, not surprising … UK=USA where it comes to Animal Rights sentencin. F**k the law !

  3. none of your fucking business copper bastard said

    sean was decent. IS decent. is in no way in need of this sentence.

  4. mary said

    Best wishes to Sean. I am very sorry that we have reached these depths and that we are in a ‘dark’ time.

    FYI this is an article from Tom Paine’s Corner who publish many others about animal rights and protestors.

    All the best

    http://www.bestcyrano.org/THOMASPAINE/?p=780

  5. Alastair said

    Free Sean and overturn this perverse law.

    This ‘law’ is a sign of the fascism that is creeping into Britain. Free speech – exposure of contractual relationships – must be reinstated. If I were to attempt to publicise the potential immorality of someone’s contractual relationships I would be providing a public service. It won’t be long before arms dealers start claiming the same cover for their evil trade, and factory food chains, GMO importers, etc etc and their will thus be no press or public freedom to put pressure on these anti-social activities. Before we know it we will be in a full-blown fascist state and we will have no one to blame but ourselves for letting it happen.

    BTW is it true that a D-notice (covering national security!) was applied to the court case and did any independent journalists manage to report on it, and where can I find the news report?

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