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cork | rights, freedoms and repression | news report Saturday September 26, 2009 17:27 by Ray - Cork Shell to Sea
P23 - she shoots for Shell too you know!
Cork Shell to Sea activists paid a visit to the Irish Naval Service's ship the LÉ Aisling yesterday evening so that Shell's Navy is remembered for its role in the Great Oil and Gas Robbery.
The Irish Naval service ship LÉ Aisling had participated in Shell's occupation and despoliation of Glengad and Broadhaven Bay, providing armed floating security to the multinational corporation that is making off with Ireland's economic future and civic society. At 5p.m. Yesterday, Cork Shell to Sea sent a team by both land and water to protest their presence in the city during what was billed as the city's 'Culture Night'. A dinghy rowed up to alongside the Shell Navy ship, which caused some consternation on board the Aisling for a short time.