Surveillance on anti-fracking campaigner revealed in court

An opponent of shale gas was under surveillance for his role in anti-fracking protests, the High Court in London was told this morning.

The evidence was revealed at the latest hearing in a long-running legal dispute between the campaigner, Ian Crane, and the oil company, Rathlin Energy.

Mr Crane referred to a statement signed by David Corcoran, described as a close protection officer working for the security and investigations company, Tutis Concepts.

Posted on: April 29, 2016