Final Greenpeace protester arrested after rappelling from Fred Hartman Bridge
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BAYTOWN, Texas -- The Coast Guard has reopened the Houston Ship Channel after an hours-long Greenpeace USA protest that ended with the demonstrators being arrested.

The final protester was lowered to safety from the Fred Hartman Bridge overnight.

Harris County Precinct 8 deputy constables responded to a crash on the bridge around 6:30 a.m. Thursday. When they arrived, they learned about the Greenpeace protest that was unfolding.

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Such idiots & fools!!!!!! I was hoping they would fall on a ship, headed to a No Man's Island, with a no return passage. Thanks to the Police Officers, Coast Guard, SWAT and all who helped in arresting these "creeps".
Posted by noname at 9/13/2019 1:12:55 PM

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