Cornwall/Kernow - video links highlight Cornish Activists plight
A video has been launched to further the campaign to clear the name
of Celtic League and Cornish campaigner Tony Leamon.
The video, titled 'This is Tony Leamon ' can be viewed on the blogsite
"Cornwall Police Watch" a site that was set up in reaction to the
arrest of a number of Cornish people in September 2007 on suspicion
of terrorism. Alternatively, the video can be view directly on You
Tube by following the link below.
Several of those people arrested last September were members of the
Kernow Branch of the Celtic League and the League has been spearheading
the campaign, since the arrests, to clear the names of those who had
been placed under suspicion. No charges were brought against those
arrested and even though all suspects were originally placed on bail,
all bails have now been dropped with the exception of Mr Leamon.
Mr Leamon is due to answer his bail at Camborne police station on
2nd July 2008.
http://cornwall-police-watch.blogspot.com/ (see video Links heading
on the right of the main page)
You tube link:
Relevant links to earlier items on Celtic News at:
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