Jane Fonda Arrested With ‘Grace And Frankie’ Costar Sam Waterston In Washington D.C. Climate Change Protest
Jane Fonda, in an ongoing effort to call attention to the need for action on climate change, was arrested again on Friday at the Capitol, this time with her Grace and Frankie costar (and Law & Order vet) Sam Waterston. Fonda and Waterston were joined by about a dozen others who briefly blocked First Street on the east side of the Capitol. They had engaged in a rally, called Fire Drill Fridays, which is calling for immediate action on the environment with a Green New Deal. Fellow demonstrators shouted “Jane, Jane” as she was put in plastic shackles.
Jane Fonda 4th Arrest in D . C . Gotta Spend Night in Jail !!! Jane Fonda has been arrested for the FOURTH TIME in as many weeks as part of her crusade for climate change, but this time she'll also have to spend a night in the slammer.
Jane Fonda was arrested outside the United States Capitol on Friday as part of a climate change protest , a high-profile act of civil disobedience by Ms. Fonda faces a fine of up to 0 and up to 90 days in jail if convicted of unlawful demonstration. Her agent did not immediately respond to a request
Actress Jane Fonda is expected to spend Friday night in jail after being arrested for civil disobedience inside a Senate office building, where she participated in what has recently become a weekly climate change protest.
Fonda, 81, was among 46 individuals arrested Friday, according to U.S. Capitol Police. She is slated to appear Saturday morning at D.C. Superior Court.
"We're going to be arrested much more," Fonda told reporters. "Depending on who we elect, we have to hold their feet to the fire. And that may mean getting arrested over and over and over again and putting our bodies on the line the way the indigenous people in Canada did. They have stopped pipelines just with their bodies."
Jane Fonda, Ted Danson Arrested During Ongoing Climate Change Protest
Jane Fonda was arrested (again) on Friday during an ongoing climate change protest in Washington D.C., and this time was joined by Ted Danson. A video posted by Washington Post’s Hannah Jewell showed Danson being detained by police outside of the Capitol Building with his hands restrained on Friday morning. When asked if he has ever been arrested before, “The Good Place” star replied that he hasn’t.The Twitter account for Fonda’s climate change campaign, Fire Drill Fridays, also tweeted a video of Fonda being arrested for the third time in three weeks.He did it, folks. Ted Danson arrested by the capitol police. pic.twitter.
Jane Fonda discusses getting arrested during her weekly Fire Drill Friday climate change protests in Washington, D . C Jane Fonda doesn’t know if she should get arrested again. Last Friday was her third arrest in three “So I’ve spent the last 24 hours thinking about, what is better for the movement
Jane Fonda 's true to her word about getting hauled off to jail every Friday in order to raise awareness about the climate crisis. Arrested Again in DC Protest . 12.1K. 1,310. Jane and several other protesters -- including her "Grace and Frankie" costar and "Law & Order" legend, Sam Waterston
The Academy Award winner said she has not endorsed any of the Democratic presidential candidates vying to challenge President Trump next year. But she said there are a few who had the courage to address climate change.
When Fonda was asked about her message for Republican lawmakers, she said that they should consider the effect of climate change on their children and grandchildren.
"They will look back and ask, 'What did you do to make a future that is livable for me?'" she said.
Jane Fonda in the Hart building for another climate change protest, she's about to get arrested for a fourth time:- Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp)
Fonda has been arrested several times last month, when she was joined by other Hollywood stars like Ted Danson of the "Good Place" and Sam Waterston, Fonda's "Grace and Frankie" co-star who previously starred in "Law & Order."
On Friday, Fonda promised to protest at the Capitol every week through January, when she will return to California to film the show "Grace and Frankie."
Jane Fonda, activist one day, still activist
American actress and peace activist Jane Fonda was arrested in Washington on Friday, on the sidelines of a protest to call for a fight against global warming.
American actress and peace activistwas handcuffed and arrested Friday in front of the US Congress where she was demonstrating quietly to call for action against climate change.
The 81-year-old actress wearing a bright red coat is clearly visible on the steps of Capitol Hill, the seat of Congress, as police approach a small group of protesters on a video posted on her page. Facebook.
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In calm and slogans for the defense of the environment, the actress shows up, her turn came, in front of an agent who handcuffs her and escorts her out of the square . Police Capitol "arrested 16 individuals for demonstrating illegally" in front of the Capitol, said a spokesman to AFP. "We'll be there every Friday at 11am, rain, shine, snow, storm or whatever," she said earlier in a park near the Capitol.
Then the actress had explained that she went to the Capitol, where the right to demonstrate is restricted to certain demarcated areas, in order to act as "civic disobedience". The small group stayed there for about ten minutes before being arrested. "This is a crisis caused by humans", had earlier denounced Jane Fonda. "The planet is on fire," protesters shouted.
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The D.C. Attorney General's office declined to charge Fonda for her previous arrests. Authorities confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that was accurate. She would not be charged.Last week, Fonda was joined by Abigail Disney and Robert Kennedy Jr., among others, including actresses June Diane Raphael and Marg Helgenberger, for a sit-in at the U.S. Capitol building. RFK Jr., Raphael and Helgenberger were arrested along with others. It is unclear if their charge of crowding and obstructing or incommoding was also dropped.