Offline misterfifteen

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    WildNot4Long

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    I will try to make it down there for a few hours. I read your website and still am wondering besides picketing with signs if there is any other plans. Passing out flyers or anything of that nature?
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    02/04/08

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    WildNot4Long

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    Lee (sorry I still do not know your last name)

    Have you thought out the logistics of the protest? Have you obtained a protest or marching permit or know the boundaries of where you are legally able to stand? Who cares if you have a card from a lawyer! Any lawyer will give you a business card. Furthermore, I thought you were setting up a booth and this was going to be a non-violent motivational protest. Why would the police need to be involved unless it is your goal to be arrested, which in that case I do not think I will be able to attend. I will be traveling down to Silver Spring, but I need to know what the plan is besides just bringing a couple of signs.


    02/03/08

    Reply from misterfifteen:

    I'm not setting up a booth, that was just a figure of speech. I checked with Mongomery County and they said that I didn't need permit. But the police might be a little unpredictable in what they will do is why I mentioned the lawyers. As long as we have the numbers and are allowing access to the building, we'll be fine. It's just routine that the police will be there as they are with most protests.

    I hope you can make it. Thanks.


    02/03/08

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