Activists Gather Hundreds of Petition Signatures Opposing Concord BEARCAT, Hold Press Conference

BEARCATLiberty activists, led by Free State Project participants, recently gathered in Concord over the weekend to go door-to-door asking for petition signatures opposing the proposed BEARCAT, the armored “attack truck” the police are currently drooling over.  Here, the Concord Monitor reports on the successful petition drive that gathered hundreds of signatures.

On Monday, FSP president Carla Gericke spoke out at a press conference, calling for the grant application to remove all references to Free State Project participants and Occupiers being “domestic terrorists”.  The story about that press conference made the front page of today’s Union Leader.

Here’s the full press conference video, thanks to Biker Bill:

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  1. There are as many non-FSPers working on this effort as their are FSPers. The actual collection of the signatures I think was accomplished by more people that are not members than are. We need more help.

  2. Yeah, the crew in Keene was small, but dedicated. NH natives are the best activists, IMO.

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