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 Brig Oobridge: how police used agents provocateurs & hard drugs to disrupt peaceful free festivals
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Former traveller and campaigner Brig Oobridge took part in many of the twists and turns of the Stonehenge free festival movement from 1974 on, and traveller convoy of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Doing his best to make sure everything was done to negotiate with the various authorities but also allow the right to free parties, settlements and festivals. Brig also considers the Windsor Great Park free festival and how the police used agents provocateurs and hard drugs to disrupt otherwise peaceful festivals - The present situation of a tunnel being planned under Stonehenge is also looked at as well as the horrors of the Wiltshire police smashing up scores of travellers' vehicles at the 1985 so-called 'Battle of the Beanfield'. (part two coming soon...)

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