The protesters who scaled Procter & Gamble's headquarters were released from the Hamilton County Justice Center Wednesday, March 5, after their $450,000 bond was paid by Greenpeace.
Police said its investigation into the Greenpeace high-wire, stunt protest at Procter and Gamble's Downtown headquarters is closed -- less than three days after activists used zip lines to hang banners from the company's twin towers.
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