Adelaide Australia Illegal to Protest… 3 years Prison and $50,000 fine

Clown World in Australia.

South Australia has rushed through anti-protest laws less than a day after a rally outside the annual oil and gas conference in Adelaide briefly closed traffic.

The extraordinary move – which appears to have been hashed out on talkback radio on Thursday morning – comes after the mining and energy minister, Tom Koutsantonis, told the industry the state government was “at your service”.

On Thursday, Extinction Rebellion protesters suspended themselves from the Morphett Street Bridge near the Adelaide Convention Centre and closed traffic for a short time.

South Australian police commissioner said at the time he had been frustrated by the protesters.

“The ropes are fully extended across the street. So we can’t, as much as we might like to, cut the rope and let them drop,” Grant Stevens said.

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