From:   David DeGraw <David@AmpedStatus.com>
Sent time:   Sunday, October 09, 2011 9:32:37 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   [september17discuss] DC Pepper-Spray / Agent Provocateurs
 

Been talking w/ a bunch of people in DC about pepper-spraying yesterday. Moving forward we need to be prepared for situations like this:

American Spectator Editor Admits to Being Agent Provocateur at D.C. Museum
http://my.firedoglake.com/cgrapski/2011/10/09/american-standard-editor-admits-to-being-agent-provacateur-at-d-c-museum/

Nathan at WagingNonViolence: Protesters pepper-sprayed at the National Air & Space Museum
http://october2011.org/blogs/nathan-schneider/protesters-pepper-sprayed-national-air-space-museum

Their press release w/ contact info:

Immediate release

Contact: 
Dennis Trainor, Jr.  978-727-4423 
Kevin Zeese 301-996-6582
Margaret Flowers 202-688-2444
Maria Allwine 443-762-0892
press@october2011.0rg

Police Pepper Spray Peaceful Protesters in Washington, DC (Videos)

Nearly 1,000 peaceful protesters marched to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum today to stage a nonviolent die-in under the drone exhibit which represents the glorification of robotic warfare and the mass killing of innocent civilians. 

Upon entering the doors to the free public institution, demonstrators were denied entry, physically beaten back by Smithsonian Protection Service security officers and at least a dozen were pepper sprayed. The cloud of pepper spray was so thick that it hit nearby tourists and a female security officer. See two videos:

Protesters pepper-sprayed at the National Air & Space Museum 

Protesters pepper-sprayed at the National Air & Space Museum II


The police closed the museum and have been falsely telling the public that the building was closed due to a bomb threat. 



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