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The trial of Extinction Rebellion’s protesters was delayed again after the defendant was hit by a storm outside the courtroom.

The trial of six Extinction Rebellion protesters was postponed again yesterday after one defendant went out of court.

Sally Davidson, 33, said she wouldn’t participate unless she was next to her fellow Liam Norton.

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Defendant Sally Davidson said she wouldn’t participate unless she was next to fellow Liam Norton.Credit: The Sun
Defendant Liam Norton glues his hand to the court table and is forbidden to attend

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Defendant Liam Norton glues his hand to the court table and is forbidden to attendCredit: sbna_fairleys

The· 36 years old is forbidden to attend after gluing himself At the table on Monday.

Davidson later returned to court and the hearing continued.

How the Magistrates’ Court in St Albans heard the six Blockade of Sun’s printing plant in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire Last September.

The Magistrates' Court in St Albans heard how six XR defendants blocked Sun's printing plant in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire last September.

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The Magistrates’ Court in St Albans heard how six XR defendants blocked Sun’s printing plant in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire last September.Credit: PA
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XR stunts stopped reaching 3.5 million treatises to readersCredit: Getty

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Norton,of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, And Davidson, from Streatham, southwest London, And the other four deny obstruction of public roads.

The trial will continue.

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The trial of Extinction Rebellion’s protesters was delayed again after the defendant was hit by a storm outside the courtroom.

SourceThe trial of Extinction Rebellion’s protesters was delayed again after the defendant was hit by a storm outside the courtroom.

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