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PostSubject: Death at protest camp   Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:24 pm

http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/scotland/Man-dies-in-blaze-at.6707084.jp
I see from this report that one of the Bilston Crusties has died in a fire.
While I have no wish to be callous -- I can imagine that being burned to death must be one of the more unpleasant ways to go -- I'm puzzled to know what this lot are still doing there. I thought they were protesting against the A701 dualling which is so far on the back burner that it's in a kitchen four doors up the street!
And has been for years and is likely to be for several more unless my information is duff -- which is possible.
Is there some point to this "eco camp" as Scotsman describes it or is it just another excuse to live off the taxpayer?
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PostSubject: Re: Death at protest camp   Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:23 pm

I've been wondering why they're still staying there for some time now. Maybe they've decided to make it
their headquarters for any protests they need to organise or maybe it's a lot cheaper to live there.

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