Unlike most criminals, Greenpeace brags about its crimes. The media loves it, and the police tend to treat them pretty gently.
But has Greenpeace gone too far this time?
In a stunt they've dubbed "The Crossing," they've sneaked aboard an offshore oil drilling vessel, and even filmed themselves in this act of piracy.
When will Greenpeace undo the damage they've done to the environment?
And why did they target a relatively small, heavily regulated company like Shell, rather than a huge, unregulated oil company based in Saudi Arabia, Russia or Venezuela?
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