Today victimised RMT rep Mark Harding was jordans for sale found not guilty of what was a serious (if wholesale nfl jerseys absurd) charge under the Industrial Relations Act. He has endured 3 months of uncertainty not least because a guilty verdict could have resulted in 6 months jail and/or serious implications for his career.
The charge arose from the highly successful cheap jerseys wholesale RMT/TSSA dispute of London Underground in February. Mark was accused of intimidation after verbally appealing to a A scab not to cross his picket line at Hammersmith. He was arrested after a spurious complaint was made and then held for <a href="http://www.cheap-jordansukshoeshopps3.com/" cheap nfl jerseys target=”_blank”>cheap jordans online an astonishing 13 hours before being given bail conditions that effectively banned him from Trade Union activity. The RMTs legal team got Ray Ban sale the conditions overturned but the charges remained. Todays verdict was clearly a massive relief for all involved.
Steve Hedley RMT assistant General Secretary said outside the court: “This is an important victory not just for us but for all trade unionists. We cheap ray bans believe that the ongoing threat of industrial action by our staff caused the oakley outlet state to bring this case. We have successfully defended our right to peacefully picket.”
Mark was vindicated but sadly so were the authorities. The magistrate went out of her way to exonerate the cops in what was an outrageous, vindictive and utterly custom jerseys blatant case of political policing.