The 14 citizens arrested on May 20 for protesting the ongoing operation and destruction caused by the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will appear in Plymouth District Court tomorrow for a pre-trial hearing.
The “Pilgrim 14” were arrested May 20 at a rally and demonstration outside the Pilgrim station, which is operated by Entergy Nuclear Generating Corporation of Louisiana. The group was demonstrating in opposition of Entergy-Louisiana’
The Pilgrim 14 were arrested and charged with trespassing when they attempted to deliver a letter to Entergy-Louisiana. The arrest was peaceful and those charged cooperated with police.
“There is unity among the defendants and we want to send a very clear message to Entergy-Louisiana:
The Pilgrim 14 will appear in Plymouth District Court, 52 Obery Street, Plymouth tomorrow at 8:30 a.m.