Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Anthony-Perrett-and-Marco-Weber-Bail-Hearing-in-St--Petersburg-27MZIF3ZC3JE.htmlConceptually similarMarco Weber Released on Bail in St. PetersburgGP04ZFHCompleted★★★★Anthony Perrett Released on Bail in St. PetersburgGP04ZFLCompleted★★★★First Russian 'Arctic 30' Activists Released in St. PetersburgGP04Z6YCompleted★★★★★★Faiza Oulahsen Released on Bail in St. PetersburgGP04ZE2Completed★★★★Peter Willcox Released on Bail in St. PetersburgGP04ZFNCompleted★★★★Captain Peter Willcox Granted Bail in St. PetersburgGP04Z1RCompleted★★★★Alexandra Harris Granted Bail in St. PetersburgGP04Z3JCompleted★★★★Mannes Ubels Granted Bail in St. PetersburgGP04Z42Completed★★★★Faiza Oulahsen Granted Bail in St. PetersburgGP04Z4ICompleted★★★★View AllGP04Z5GAnthony Perrett and Marco Weber Bail Hearing in St. Petersburg'Arctic 30' members Anthony Perrett and Marco Weber Bail are granted bail by a court in St. Petersburg. The 'Arctic 30' (twenty-eight Greenpeace International activists, as well as a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer) face charges of piracy and hooliganism for a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling in the Pechora Sea.Locations:Russia-Saint PetersburgDate:20 Nov, 2013Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m42sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :NEWS ACCESSKeywords:Arctic 30 (campaign title)-Arrests-Court cases-Courts-Gazprom-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Law-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Russian Government-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Security staffShoot:'Arctic 30' in Saint Petersburg (Video)The 'Arctic 30' are transferred to St. Petersburg, via Volkhov, Leningrad Oblast. The 'Arctic 30' (twenty-eight Greenpeace International activists, as well as a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer), already detained in Murmansk for almost two months, face charges of piracy and hooliganism for a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling in the Pechora Sea. Greenpeace International insists that piracy and hooliganism charges are unjustified, and that Russian authorities boarded the Arctic Sunrise illegally in international waters. Several international legal experts have supported that view. The shoot includes images of the 'Arctic 30' being released on bail.