- Our Seas Under Siege
'Green' activists take the wheel
Two fishermen were hanged in effigy at a protest by a crowd of 300 outside the regional office of the federal fisheries service last October in Gloucester.Continued ...
The mannequins clad in foul weather gear weren't the object of the protesters' anger. The target was the black-hooded figure presiding over the hanging.
Joe Orlando: The Padre Pio
UPDATED: AUDIO SLIDESHOW Capt. Joe Orlando has been a stalwart of the Gloucester fleet for more than 35 years.Continued ...
He has an instinct for fish and an appetite for justice. Right now, he contends, there's a lot more of the former than the latter.
Locally caught fish missing from activist-approved menus
The gleaming cod delivered whole from Paul Mettivier's Debra Ann II to shareholders in the Cape Ann Fresh Catch program were pulled from the ocean just hours earlier and only a few miles from the dock.Continued ...
- 'Hookers' heroes to environmentalists, not fellow fishermen
- Suit aims to block charter
- Getting help from the press
- About this series
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- 'Green' activists take the wheel