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'I'm fighting for my rights': Labrador's Beatrice Hunter jailed, but defiant - Newfoundland & Labrador - CBC News

7.6.17

'I'm fighting for my rights': Labrador's Beatrice Hunter jailed, but defiant - Newfoundland & Labrador - CBC News: Hunter was transferred from Happy Valley-Goose Bay to HMP last week, after she refused to promise to stay away from the Muskrat Falls construction site — a condition imposed on her after a previous protest at the site. She ended up at HMP because the women's correctional facility in Clarenville is at capacity.

"I do not like the strip searches," Hunter said, adding there are 10 other women currently in HMP.

"The guards and the workers have been excellent with me ... I feel safe," she said, noting she doesn't see any male inmates.


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