Divorce Protest Data

Divorce protest data

Those who are involved in Divorce protests typically blame their ex-wives or ex-husbands for the breakup, as they alleged they did not work hard enough to make the marriage work. These protests are often illegal, and the authorities often keep records of them. One example is the smash EDO campaign, which called for the closure of a US arms company. Some of these protests were marked by disorder, criminality, and harassment of staff. In one case, the defendant authority retained records about the claimant’s attendance at political demonstrations. This data was stored in the National Public Order Intelligence Unit’s National Domestic Extremism Database.