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The first prosecution case under the sections of SOCPA applying to nuclear sites was dismissed this Wednesday (20th) by a Newbury magistrate.

Juliet McBride - a veteran of twenty years of non-violent peace campaigning - was arrested inside the fence of the Aldermaston Atomic Weapons Establishment in March 2007, during a No Trident demo, but it was deemed to be outside the SOCPA-protected inner fence of the nuclear licensed site.


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