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Crown drops charges against ‘Extinction Rebellion’ protesters who occupied Bloor Viaduct

CP24 Monday, 18 November 2019
The Crown has withdrawn mischief charges laid against 18 people who occupied the Bloor Viaduct for half a day last month as part of global “Extinction Rebellion protests.
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