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Beatrice Hunter released from jail, allowed to protest outside Muskrat Falls gate - Newfoundland & Labrador - CBC News

10.6.17

Beatrice Hunter released from jail, allowed to protest outside Muskrat Falls gate - Newfoundland & Labrador - CBC News: Hunter, 48, was jailed last week after refusing to promise to stay away from the Labrador construction site, violating an undertaking she signed last fall.

Friends and family of Hunter's cheered both inside and outside the courtroom Friday, as they waited for her release.

"It [shows] how fearless we are, how resilient we are and that there's nothing we can't do," Hunter told CBC News upon release.

"I obviously don't want to go back to jail, but at least I can protest with my people."


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