Eco warrior damages the environment


The founder of the protest group Extinction Rebellion caused more than £7,000 worth of damage when he scrawled ‘divest from fossil fuels now’ on a university wall, a court heard. Roger Hallam, 52, twice daubed graffiti at buildings belonging to the prestigious King’s College London in protest against the prestigious university’s investment policy. Hallam, who is representing himself, denies criminal damage and a second like offence involving fellow KCL graduate David Durant, 25, several days later. Prosecutor John Hulme told jurors…

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