Seven water protesters facing court over exclusion zone

Seven water protesters could be jailed or fined over allegations they have interfered with the installation of meters in North Dublin.

Seven water protesters facing court over exclusion zone

Seven water protesters could be jailed or fined over allegations they have interfered with the installation of meters in North Dublin.

GMC Sierra, the company carrying out the works has brought attachment and committal proceedings against the seven, claiming the demonstrators have breached High Court orders.

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan is being shown surveillance videos from Arbour Hill last December.

GMC Sierra alleges that protesters unlawfully hindered water meter installers and breached a 20 metre exclusion zone around the works.

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