It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
TWO bouncers who were jailed after kidnapping a festival-goer and abandoning him on a busy road will not be leaving prison early.
Brownstock reveller 32-year-old Paul Wickerson was killed in Lower Burnham Road after he was hit by several cars.
Security guards Gregory Maxwell and Brian Atkins were jailed in June last year, for three years and three years and nine months respectively, for the kidnapping of the 32-year-old Brownstock reveller in 2013.
In 2002 the Festival was fined £10,000 after a cesspit for one of 32 blocks of deep drop toilets leaked and its contents polluted the River Whitelake. Environment Agency officials detected high concentrations of ammonia in the river as far as two miles downstream of the Worthy Farm site where the festival is held. Pollution had also occurred following the previous festival in 2000
Two thirds of people attending the festival come by car.
. . .
Three thousand two hundred and twenty toilets must be delivered to the site before the festival begins. During the festival, they are emptied into large tankers which make 40 trips a day to take the sewage 30 miles to Avonmouth on the Bristol Channel.
recently we've had more than the usual problems associated with the long term psychological effects on innocent relatives of a family member who went down the path of infiltrator, spy, provocateur, false flag bomber. That annoys me which makes me write more, and takes so much time I then rarely get back to continue the thread. I apologise for leaving so many unanswered points recently. This comment of yours clearly deserves a response.
he laments the decline in political activity associated with the festival. But what has he done about it? He's taken honours from the Queen. That isn't what rebels do. He's had awards for services to the music industry.