Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Star-Wars-17-Group-Photo-27MZIF0WXNZ.htmlConceptually similarSamir Nazareth PortraitGP0E8XCompleted★★★★Guy Levacher PortraitGP0YLVCompleted★★★★Brent Maness PortraitGP01843Completed★★★★Patrik Eriksson PortraitGP013XOCompleted★★★★Samir Nazareth PortraitGP0G9SCompleted★★★★Nick Clyde PortraitGP0MSHCompleted★★★★John Wills PortraitGP0LTLCompleted★★★★Dan Rudie PortraitGP08DXCompleted★★★★Bill Nandress PortraitGP0G9RCompleted★★★★View AllGP0OR0Star Wars 17 Group PhotoGreenpeace activists stand outside Vandenberg Airforce base, holding signs that read 'Stop Star Wars' and 'Still Protesting Star Wars'. 17 Greenpeace activists were arrested for taking part in a peaceful protest against the US 'Star Wars' missile defense system, and face trial and sentencing in a Los Angeles Court. Activists BACK ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT - Stuart Lennox (Tasmania), Samir Nazareth (India), John Wills (UK), Thomas Knappe (Germany), Bill Nandres (UK), Guy Levacher (Canada), Nick Clyde (Australia), Patrik Eriksson (Sweden), FRONT ROW LEFT - RIGHT - Katie Flynn-Jambeck, (USA), Brent Maness (USA), Kelly Osbourne (USA), Henk Haazen (Holland), Dan Rudie (USA).Locations:Los Angeles-United States of AmericaDate:12 Jan, 2002Credit:© Thomas Engstrom / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2464px X 1648pxKeywords:Activists-Court cases-Courts-Day-Disarmament-Greenpeace activists-Groups-KWCI (GPI)-Military-Military bases-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Signs-Stop Star Wars (campaign title)Shoot:Star Wars 17 Trial in USAA group of Greenpeace activists arrested for taking part in a peaceful protest against the US 'Star Wars' missile defense system, face trial and sentencing in a Los Angeles Court. The activists pose for headshots and a group photo in front of the Vandenburg Air Force Base, where the protest was held in July 2001. The trial is held in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom and the activists can be seen walking into the building as a group. In the following weeks, they return to the courtroom for sentencing.