Opponent at Bure nuclear waste landfill condemned to three months in prison. Four other antinuclear activists were sentenced on Tuesday to lighter sentences by the Bar-le-Duc Criminal Court and a final acquittal. After a tense hearing, the Bar-le-Duc (Meuse) Criminal Court handed down its decision on Tuesday, 13 November, concerning six anti-nuclear activists against the waste disposal project of the Cigeo Industrial Storage Center in Bure. One of them, Raphael Jay, 22, was sentenced to three months in prison. He had insulted and threatened the gendarmes in post between the House of resistance, place of life of the opponents, and the town hall, in Bure. Drunk and his face hidden, he had left the house with a dozen people to “tease” the police.
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Wednesday morning held a hearing at the Court of Cassation to consider a five-party appeal against the Cigeo nuclear waste landfill. Under severe judicial control, they denounce an infringement of their fundamental freedoms.
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They are only a few dozen, yet justice uses the very big means. “Libération” was able to consult the file of instruction against the nuclear anti-waste militants: a titanic procedure using the most advanced resources … of the fight against terrorism.
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