Early on Thurs. morning Victoria Snelgrove, a 21-year-old journalism student at Emerson College, was killed by Boston Police terrorists randomly firing pepper spray rounds and beanbags of lead shot from "Less-Than-Lethal" lethal Beanbag guns into crowds of people celebrating the Boston Red Sox victory over the New York Yankees.
A very small crew gathered over 400 signatures in a few short hours at Fenway Saturday night for a petition to ban or limit less than lethal weapons. With a larger group we can collect several more, or fly banners, or distribute literature, or do other things. People can react to this injustice as they see fit, but at noon we will get together to talk about it and prepare at the Lucy Parsons Center in the South End. The rally we are preparing for will be at 5:30 and will likely converge at Kenmore Square towards Fenway and accross from the Bus station. After 5:30 at least some of us will be heading towards the gates with petitions for folks to sign.
What if some other country were having an election, and citizens were only
allowed to hear from two government-approved candidates? What if their
opposition, candidates on the ballot in a majority of states, were arrested
on the orders from the leader in power, during the Presidential Debates,
would this be news?
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