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'The issuance of the warrant is part of the government's attempt to intimidate political critics and a looming crackdown on the opposition,' Hontiveros said.
Threaten, verbally abuse or intimidate any other person
The governor risks having his bail cancelled if he contacts or intimidates any of the witnesses, whether directly or by proxy.
It bans McEwan from acting in a way which threatens or intimidates staff or customers in retail premises in Guisborough.
* Behaving in a way which intimidates or seeks to intimidate one or more people not from his household;