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Fathers protestor avoids prison
Terry Hunt
Hunt has protested on the roof of the court complex in Worcester
A former Fathers 4 Justice campaigner from Worcester has been given a restraining order and a 12-month community sentence for harassment.

Terry Hunt, 45, was found guilty of one harassment charge including incidents involving phone calls and sending letters to his former partner's sister.

Hunt was sentenced at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday.

In July 2004 he spent 21 hours on the roof of Worcester Combined Court dressed as Spiderman.

Hunt, from Chadwick, who said he is no longer a member of Fathers 4 Justice, took part in a series of stunts for the campaign group.




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Terry Hunt has not seen his two daughters for five years.



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