TARQUINS TAUNT: YOU CAN'T STOP US
Daily Star|September 18, 2021
THE M25 eco-nuts swarm the road again, vowing to keep coming back as cops have protected them so well.
Offenders warned police yesterday they would not quit as most of them had already been released after causing havoc twice this week.

Teacher Sandy, 31, said: “On Monday and Wednesday there was a lot of screaming at us from motorists.

“Today we’re well protected by the police. If I’m released I will come back here.”

Activist Oliver, 41, from London, bragged: “The police wouldn’t interview us when they arrested us earlier this week. They all just released us with no bail conditions.

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