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Devon families protest over Greenpeace Russian arrests

5 October 2013 Last updated at 18:53 BST

Relatives and friends of three people from Devon accused of piracy by the Russians have joined protests in London and Dorchester over their arrests.

Iain Rogers, Kieron Bryan and Alex Harris have been charged after a Greenpeace protest at an Arctic oil platform.

Ms Harris's sister, Georgie, and Mr Bryan's father, Andy, joined a protest in London, while Anna Ruscoe, a friend of engineer Mr Rogers, joined a protest in Dorchester.

As John Danks reports, Ms Ruscoe described the piracy charges as "ludicrous".

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