An arrested climate change protester has smuggled a phone past police in Brisbane taking to social media with a live recording.
An Extinction Rebellion protester has captured what it is like inside a Brisbane police watch house after smuggling her phone inside when she was arrested.
“Our lives, our ecosystems are a stake. Every morning I wake up exhausted and terrified of the world we live in and how much worse it’s going to get,” she wrote.
“I am just laying down at a funny angle so they can’t see my phone in the camera behind me.”
“If you have the privilege and ability to do something and you don’t then I am angry at you too.”
At one point she pointed the camera around the room to show what the watch house looked like, describing it as “pretty sh*t”.
Sergeant Kelly opposed her bail but the application was rejected after Dorge explained to Ms Hall the incursion occurred only because police pulled the car in which she was a passenger into a side street that was in her no-go zone.
Dozens of protesters have already been arrested in Melbourne, after Extinction Rebellion members blocked one of the busiest intersections in the CBD.
Police were forced to use power tools to remove them and get traffic moving again.Read more: news.com.au
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