Jury Acquits Grandmas Who Chained Themselves To Equipment At Tacoma’s LNG Construction Site
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A jury found two protectors who chained themselves to equipment this past spring at a liquified natural gas plant under construction in Tacoma, WA not guilty Thursday of criminal trespass and obstructing an officer.
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***Now, let's find everyone NOT GUILTY (recent direct action at the Puget Sound Energy's LNG plant in the port this week):
“I care about climate change and want to have a future for my grandchildren,” Way told KING-5. “I’ve been to port commission meetings and city council meetings and marches, and they’re still building this, and this is what I can do, so we’re up here.”
Learn WHAT is LNG, WHO is Puget Sound Energy (not local and not safe) and WHY is LNG bad for the area and the planet!
For more information and updates on why the Puyallup Tribe is opposing the construction of a natural gas plant in Tacoma, Washington: