Greenpeace said Wednesday that its executive director will travel to Peru to personally apologize for the environmental group’s stunt at the world-famous Nazca lines, which Peruvian authorities say harmed the archaeological marvel.Click through to see the pictures of their stunt, taken by the Greenpeace PR team. These pictures are now referred to as "evidence" ...
The group said it was willing to accept the consequences. A senior Peruvian official told The Associated Press on Tuesday evening that his government would seek criminal charges against Greenpeace activists who allegedly damaged the lines by leaving footprints in the adjacent desert.
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Greenpeace activists desecrate World Heritage Site on a publicity stunt
Looking at possible jail time: