Unjust Sentence for Anti-whaling Activists Condemned by Greenpeace

Photo | September 7, 2010

Greenpeace activists hold black posters and banners with whale symbols outside the Japanese Embassy in Manila, Philippines and around the world on Sept. 7, 2010. Greenpeace has condemned as disproportionate and unjust a one year jail term, suspended for three years, imposed on two Greenpeace activists, who exposed widespread corruption in the Japanese government's Southern Ocean whaling programme.

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