There was also a room full of dead crows and we weren’t’ too happy about that either, anyway there was still some nice bits of furniture and scrap left on the building so it seemed the right time to get scrapping again, at least it would get us enough money to be able to get out of the country. We had some spiral stairs, some nice furniture, some copper and plenty of lead. On one of our last missions we had to push a huge piece of lead off the roof because it was to big to carry down. We pushed the lead off and with every loud bang it went straight through the porch below. At that all the neighbors dogs went wild and so we thought Fuck this, it’s time to split. So without panicking we slowly moved out of the building and walked across the woods where the van was hidden. Whilst walking towards the van we noticed a policeman just across from us also walking towards the van! So that was it - split up and run for it We all managed to make it back,some of us arriving 2 or 3 hours later. We still had to go back for the van. Anyway the police were on to us and were parked outside the site waiting for us to make a move. but we didn’t. Afterwards we managed to sell most of the material, then we went to Kent, only 20 miles from the port and our escape route back out to Europe. We had to be back in Germany to run a stage for a big festival called PORTA 90. Porta 90 With the line-up now looking good, with G. and P. Disease, Osso (lead guitar), Alex (rhythm guitar) and Bastard on bass, we headed toward the middle of Germany with the bus and two trucks. Also, newly recruited Crow Posse member Rodent, who was from Scotland, and after going via Amsterdam picked up a few more people including Wrangling Sam from Leeds. We had a good team on now and were looking good with loads of material on board to freak-out the festival-goers. On arriving at the festival site (Porta Westfalica) we realized that apart from the main stage, we would have the only other stage so we set up about working on building our stage straightaway. We would use the chuck for the backstage and just build off the back of it using material that we had brought with us. We had arrived on the Tuesday and the festy was due to start on Friday so we had two days to get it together. The stage came together pretty quickly and was ready on Thursday so we gave it a test run and people from a hotel 1/4 of a mile away complained, so we had to stop and wait till Friday to crank it right up. On the Friday a lot of British travellers turned up so now we could put a big show together as we knew there was no need to practice.