Lock-on heroics at Kirby Misperton, followed by Dad’s Army episode of fire service call-out to remove man from six foot roadside tower.

Knapton power station is linking in to the frack site at Kirby Misperton, making a pop-up demonstration inevitable there.  A tower was constructed on the roadside for live streamers to film uninterrupted by the Police.  The Police then used the excuse of heath and safety to stop people using the tower, making it up as they go along.  Police called out the Fire Service.  Accused Steve up tower of obstructing the highway.  He was not n the road.

Fire Service extending platform fire was called twenty odd miles from Scarborough.  Fire Service only agreed to use the equipment, and refused to bring Steve down.  The Police were then told they had to remove Steve once the platform was in place.  Fire Officers have voted against fracking, so why are they not standing by their motion through union solidarity. The tower was only six, yes, six feet high.  It was ludicrous.

Weather cold and windy.

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One Response to “Lock-on heroics at Kirby Misperton, followed by Dad’s Army episode of fire service call-out to remove man from six foot roadside tower.”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Facebook closing down on KM campaigners. No sound audible on videos. No comments permissible. Have to move to other channels. Urgent.

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