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Football Fans Against the Criminal Justice Act (FFACJA)
Amidst a welter of high profile public protest, the full Criminal Justice Act became law during the early part of 1995 and it soon became apparent that it wouldn't just be ravers, squatters and road protesters who would suffer under these unjust laws - innocent football fans would be affected too.
The FFACJA was a one-man campaign set up to warn and inform fans about how they could be affected by the Act, and it managed to generate a huge amount of publicity between 1994-6 (some of which is reproduced here).
Fans are still being arrested under the terms of this - and subsequent legalisation - so we have updated the legal information and sourced useful links to relevant websites here
We hope you'll find the information here useful, but please note that although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, we cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions.
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