Write to the French Embassy in London to demand the release of Nicolas
24 June 2013
Nicolas Bernard-Buss has been sentenced to two months in prison for "rebellion"
French pro-life/pro-family colleagues have contacted SPUC and asked us to highlight the fate of Nicolas Bernard-Buss, a young protester against same-sex marriage, who has been sentenced to two months in prison for the alleged crime of "rebellion" and other questionable offences.
His case seems to be one of the worst of a large number of similar cases of police persecution directed against the hundreds of thousands of French people who have protested in recent months against same-sex marriage.
Please contact the French Embassy in London to demand his release and the end of police persecution of protesters against same-sex marriage:
- Write to the French Embassy in London to demand the release of Nicolas
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