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Anti-GM Crop Protest
GM maize trial crop field, Over Compton, Dorset, 16th July 2000. Photo: Nick Cobbing

3 'Deaths' In Cells After GM Protest

5th August 2000

A field of GM maize at Over Compton in Dorset being destroyed in a protest co-ordinated by SURGE - Southern Union of Resistance to Genetic Engineering. Seven activists (including 3 dressed as the grim reaper) were arrested. July 16 2000.

Anti-GM Crop Protest
March from Nether Compton to the GM trial crop field at Over Compton, Dorset, July 16th 2000. Photo: Nick Cobbing

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