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  • rtb1961

    I am trying to think of why a Police headquarters would seek a court injunction against someone approaching police headquarters. So she ends up 900 metres from police headquarters do they arrest her and take her away from the police station or do they arrest her and against the law take her closer to the police station.
    If they consider someone dangerous keeping that person as close as possible to lots of police would surely keep the public safer but no they want to expose the public to the perceived threat and protect the police.
    One assumes the investigation centres around whether or not she painted the offending image or just posted a copy of it online. Police thinking would be, she the artist posted a copy online to promote her artistic work and must now prove her innocence.

    • Yasha Wallin

      That's a clever point - why would police want an "injunction against someone approaching police headquarters"? I'm not exactly sure if the charges are accusing her of creating the image, or just taking a photo of it. But the court date is in two days, and I'll be following for an update.