Friday, 18 October 2013

Canadian Fracking Protests Turn Violent; Police Cars Set On Fire

Huffington Post

Police in the eastern Canadian province of New Brunswick arrested about 40 people on Thursday after efforts to dismantle a highway barricade turned violent and protesters against shale gas exploration set several police vehicles on fire. Full story here.

1 comment:

John Fefchak said...

This frikken fracking has to stop. The people are protesting,for they are naturally concerned that such operations could literally blow up and destroy their area and homes, pollute the air and water and for what.? So that they have a better life..? It's hard to be peaceful and calm when one contemplates that kind of destruction. I do not however, condone the burning and destruction of public property and the violence that
sometimes takes place with such issues.