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Edited Jan 07, 2013, 12:02
Re: Silbury Hill trespassers
Jan 07, 2013, 11:42
Harryshill wrote:
I was thinking about the law, regardless off what people think of climbing the monument, trespass with damage can be dealt with in a Court.

If damage can be seen to be done in the present weather conditions then now is the time to prosecute .

Caught on camera, that sort of thing.

It's very hard to prosecute anyone for Trespass in reality, i should know because if i need to go anywhere i'll go no matter what anybody say's, how do you think i got to Robin hood's ball and Yhys Hir [and lots of others], i certainly wasn't going to ask any bombing bastards if it was ok!!! [i don't even ask landowners either unless it's in what i'd call their garden, like the Harestane stone circle in peeblesshire], see if you can find anyone ever been done with trespass of an ancient site, we have to be able to get to them, to use the things, if not they just become sculptures to just look at and that would be bollocks and pointless.
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