Chris Kitchen, 32, was one of 18 protesters sentenced this week after being found guilty last month of planning to trespass at Eon’s coal-fired Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in Nottinghamshire and shut it down for a week.So far so good, if he ofends again a decent sized hefty tome should be chucked at him from a great height, lets say the complete works of the IPCC.
But what really narks is this comment from the Judge,
Judge Jonathan Teare, sentencing, described those convicted as “decent men and women with a genuine concern for others”.No your honour they aren't. They may have some sort of theoretical affection for mankind, in abstract. But when it come to real, individual, messy people they don't give a bent farthing. They have cost taxpayers, according to the prosecutor's estimates £300,000 in court costs. They have disrupted people going about their dauily, law abiding lives. They take the law into their own hands and they despise progress.
It is mealy mouthed comments like that that give them the moral purpose which they seek.It ios people like you who are the problem, why we see such ludicrous and craven respionses to deliberate lawlessness.
You would have done better to have kept your mouth shut.