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Greenpeace activists want burglary charges dropped
Cincinnati.com, on Fri, 06 Jun 2014 06:40:35 -0700
Greenpeace activists accused of trespassing at Procter & Gamble's Cincinnati headquarters want their burglary charges dismissed, saying it violates their free speech rights. "Political speech may not be punished criminally (nor) used as evidence of

'Bunch Of Commies' Are Forcing The Fortune 500 To Stop
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They were from Greenpeace, and they'd come to save tigers. Wordlessly, the nine activists made their way past the security desk and headed for two rendezvous points — one, in a 12th-floor office suite in the iconic building's …