Another felony conviction for Greta Thunberg

The exaggerated climate crisis

Published 13 October 2023
- By Editorial Staff
Greta Thunberg held a press conference after the verdict at Malmö District Court.

Climate alarmist Greta Thunberg is convicted for the second time in a short period for disobedience to the authorities. Although she admits she was present, she denies any wrongdoing.

In July, Thunberg was convicted at Malmö District Court after being charged with disobedience to the authorities, receiving a fine of 30 daily rates of 50 crowns each. Shortly after the verdict, she participated in another climate action, for which she has now been convicted again.

This time the penalty was 90 daily rates of 50 crowns each. Thunberg acknowledges that she was at the location but denies any wrongdoing, believing she acted in “self-defense.”

– We sat in Malmö’s oil port and blocked oil tankers, and by doing so, we stopped the fossil fuel industry, which I believe are the real perpetrators here, she explained her reasoning to TT.

 

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