Crown decides not to prosecute fracking protestor Lois Frank

Crown decides not to prosecute fracking protestor Lois Frank Press Release by KLEW, June 20, 2012
At her seventh appearance at Cardston Provincial Court on today, counsel for the prosecution informed the Court that the Crown directs a stay of proceedings. Frank had been arrested and charged with “intimidation” under Section 423 (1) (G) of the Criminal Code for standing in front of Murphy Oil and GASFRAC trucks on September 9, 2011 near an oil well site on the Blood Reserve. Frank, a member of the Blood Tribe, had earlier filed Notice of a Constitutional Question and had informed the Court that she pleaded “not guilty” to the charges.

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