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Climate Activist Wanted to Be a Human Rights Lawyer… Now She’ll Likely Spend the Rest of Her Life Behind Bars

A climate activist and would-be human rights lawyer is now more likely to die behind bars than to represent any clients in the future. The radical change in fortune for Blaze Lily Wallace, 28, comes after a United Kingdom jury found her guilty of murdering her fiance. A Kingston-upon-Thames court...

A climate activist and would-be human rights lawyer is now more likely to die behind bars than to represent any clients in the future. The radical change in fortune for Blaze Lily Wallace, 28, comes after a United Kingdom jury found her guilty of murdering her fiance. A Kingston-upon-Thames court…

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