EF!ers sue Martin sheriff for arrests at FPL protest

4 Jan

A group of environmental activists from Everglades Earth First! arrested in 2009 while protesting at the Barley Barber Swamp in Martin County are suing Sheriff Robert Crowder and three sheriff’s officials for money damages after the protesters were charged with trespassing but never convicted. Click here for more info.

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  1. FPL brings pipeline wars to Florida’s Everglades, again « Earth First! Newswire - December 11, 2012

    […] lawsuits were filed, dragging the energy company through multiple court cases—including a civil suit ongoing to this day in Martin County, home to the famous old-growth bald cypress trees of Barley Barber […]

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