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Beat the Boreholes disrupts Shell once again!

category mayo | environment | news report author Friday September 10, 2010 21:13author by RSC Report this post to the editors

Last Wednesday protesters disrupted Shell's work as they moved one of their hideous drilling rigs into a shallow part of the SAC estuary, close to the Rossport solidarity camp. Protesters used kayaks to get to the rig which was flanked by fourteen boats of I-RMS security and Gardai.
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Kayakers were dragged away from the vicinity of the rig by I-RMS and their paddles were illegally seized. After a while some people decided to abandon their kayaks and swim towards the overly protected drilling rig. The I-RMS aggressively pulled a swimming protester into their boat to drag him away from the rig. I-RMS pulled his hair, broke and stole the head camera on his head and left marks on his skin, all in the name of health and safety. A protester escaped arrest by jumping off the side of a Garda boat he was put on. One person was arrested when she successfully reached the rig but released without charge.
Actions against the destructive borehole drilling continue...join us!

Related Link: http://www.shelltosea.com

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author by Mattypublication date Sat Sep 11, 2010 16:47author email battymatty007 at yahoo dot co dot ukauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

Hey, i love and miss you all, great photo's. Keep giving 'em hell! xX

author by J. D.publication date Sat Sep 11, 2010 17:04author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Gas pipelines are completely safe. Look at the U.S. experience

Thursday night's devastating gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, California, raises a couple of critical questions: exactly how extensive and how safe are the nation's gas lines?

http://articles.cnn.com/2010-09-10/us/california.utilit...PM:US

author by MJCpublication date Sun Sep 12, 2010 15:39author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Response to Michael Gaughan's article "From Louisiana to Mayo" in the current edition of
"Village" magazine will give an insight into the safety/environmental concerns here in Ireland that
you raise. (View same on line).

author by Firebugpublication date Sun Sep 12, 2010 20:16author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Footage from RT of gas explosion in CA

Caption: video from gas explosion in CA


 
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