Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Swedish Court Upholds Charges Against Animal Rights Activist

Sweden's high court establishes a legal precedent for protection of the workplace in that country:
Sweden's Supreme Court has upheld a landmark ruling in which a 30-year-old animal rights activist was convicted for his involvement in storming the premises of four companies and harassing members of staff.
The 30-year-old Malmö resident was sentenced on charges of aggravated unlawful entry by the Swedish Supreme Court.

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