The ABC has the anticipated news that the Greenpeace Two, Jessa Latona and Heather McCabe won’t be doing porridge for the vandalism of CSIRO wheat trials:
Greenpeace has since paid more than $280,000 in compensation to the CSIRO.
Justice Hillary Penfold told the ACT Supreme Court this morning that she appreciated the actions were motivated by deeply held beliefs and altruistic intentions, but the law had been deliberately broken.
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She also took aim at Greenpeace for allowing two junior staff members to being exposed to the consequences of breaking the law.