Green party Leader Elizabeth May facing charges of contempt of court, pleads guilty
Elizabeth May could face jail time for violating Kinder Morgan site injunction. Her problems began when she failed to vacate the premise of a location where a pipeline was to be built.
Kinder Morgan is looking to expand its pipeline to the Vancouver coast but May and her green party activist continue to blockade construction. May could face a few months in jail for her illegal actions.
BREAKING: Green party Leader Elizabeth May pleads guilty to contempt of court https://t.co/IC5np13lqj
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