Jane Fonda Arrested During D.C. Climate Change Protest

Jane Fonda arrested in climate change strike outside CapitolMore

Jane Fonda is under arrest.

She was filmed standing beside Oil Change International protesters, who started a chant demanding for "climate justice now".

When Law&Crime asked for information on the arrest, Capitol police did not discuss it in particular. "It'll be called 'Fire Drill Friday.' And we're going to engage in civil disobedience and we're going to get arrested every Friday". "We cannot continue to stand for this", Jane previously said on Thursday (October 10). Fonda was then arrested for drug smuggling until the vitamins were tested, she was then released and charges were dropped.

The moniker was created after she was photographed sitting on an enemy anti-aircraft gun in the 1970s.

But despite her lefty credentials, Fonda told Politico in 2018 that while she opposes President Trump's policies, she doesn't hate him as a person.

She explained: 'I know men like him.

"Inspired by Greta and the youth climate strikes as well as Reverend Barber's Moral Mondays and Randall Robinson's often daily anti-apartheid protests, I've moved to Washington, D.C.to be closer to the epicenter of the fight for our climate", she proclaimed. The cameras flashed. I got up, and as I started to walk back to the vehicle with the translator, the implication of what had just happened hit me. She said she had wanted to take a year, but was able to get just the shorter amount of time, after which she will go back to Hollywood, finish recording her hit series, and return to protest more.

"The image of Jane Fonda, Barbarella, Henry Fonda's daughter, sitting on an enemy aircraft gun was a betrayal", she said in 2005, "the largest lapse of judgment I can imagine".



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