Judge issues protest warning as Paralympian jailed for plane stunt

Judge issues protest warning as Paralympian jailed for plane stunt

Disruptive protesters will face serious consequences, says judge in sentencing Extinction Rebellion activist

A British Paralympic gold medallist has been jailed for a year for glueing himself to the roof of a passenger jet in an Extinction Rebellion protest – the first custodial sentence for any action linked to the group.

XR said it was “shocked and devastated” by the sentence handed to James Brown, 56, at Southwark crown court in London on Friday afternoon, by a judge who warned that protesters who disrupt people’s lives “will face serious consequences”.

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