Lucy Lawless and six other Greenpeace activists have been released from police custody this afternoon. They were arrested soon after they they scaled the derrick of the Noble Discoverer but it wasn't until 4 days later (27 February) did the police arrived to escort them off the ship.

The following screencaptures are from Lucy and the rest of the protest team fronted to to the media right after they got released from police custody. They were charged with burglary (?!)  and will appear in a Taranaki court on Thursday.

Screencaptures by MaryD

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