Tuesday, May 24, 2011

4th Amendment Rally at the Statehouse

In response to the Indiana Supreme Court ruling that effectively re-writes the 4th amendment to the Constitution of the United States, a group of citizens have organized a protest, mostly via Facebook.

I talked to one of the organizers about a potential conflict, a police procession honoring a fallen officer. Apparently, it's on the other side of the State House, and the two events shouldn't interfere with one another.

The organizer of the event told me they have a permit from 12 noon until 2pm, though they'd like to keep it going until 6 so those who have to work can still attend.

If you can stop by, you should. It's 12 noon till 2pm Wednesday, downtown at the State House. It's between the two job fairs I'm attending, and I'll likely be there on my bike.

Check the Facebook event for further details.

1 comment:

  1. I thought the 4th Amendment rally when well today, we have a long hard road ahead. Untold news in Birkenhead England about lawful rebellion. A you tube search. And then there is the Week of Rage Protests Spreading, this also on you tube. Just so you might look at the bigger picture.


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