Oct 26, Deccan chronicle
Australian documentary filmmaker, David Bradbury, known for his crusade against nuclear energy, and his wife, Linda Treena Rose, were detained by the Kudankulam police on their way to Idinthakarai, the hub of the struggle against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) on Thursday morning.
The Australian filmmaker has come to Tamil Nadu to make a documentary on the anti-KKNPP movement, according to filmmaker, Sreemith of Calicut, who made the Get up, Stand up documentary on the agitation and has helped coordinate his trip. He revealed that Bradbury contacted him as soon as he was detained by the police.
The local police, who first informed the media about the detention of the couple, later denied it.
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