Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 10, 2013

draft open letter to Michael Fallon

start made 10/9/13

Dear Michael

I do not dislike you personally and I trust that you will at least accord me the respect that the water-contamination issue has commanded. Who do you mean when you speak of the ‘water industry’?

How many gallons of fresh water and chemicals will be required per average frack in the UK?

Where will this water be sourced?

You will see where my argument is heading in protection of English country landscapes in all of their splendid biodiversity.

How far does he see chemical fracking pads spreading along less extreme seams than the norm?

Best wishes

Yours sincerely

Nick Ward

November 16, 2013 :

Brighton, yesterday

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fleeting visit

draft notes towards Defence Statement

On Trial at Horsham Magistrates Court (2/1/14) on two charges. 1.
‘Obstruction of the Highway’, London Road, Balcombe on 20/9/2013, in the face of unnecessary police aggression; 2. ‘Criminal Damage’ to police cell wall, Crawley on the same day having written in pencil: ‘FRACKING
CONTAMINATES H20. IT IS A CRIME AGAINST THE NATURAL WORLD’.

‘Regina versus Nick Ward’

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looking for spaces in Cambridge last week

added here Saturday 16th November 2013

Following yesterday’s meeting with my solicitor, Samantha Greenwood of Kellys in Brighton, I have nothing to add to these information requests to Michael Fallon regarding 1/ sourcing and chemical contamination of ‘fracking fluid’ 2/ average quantity of water required per frack in UK.

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