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Tuesday, 14 August 2007

Anti-War Protest Group Fined $10,000

The anti-war activist group Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) faces a $10,000 fine from the city of Washington if it fails to remove thousands of fliers it has posted to advertise a September anti-war march.

"They have told us that we have 72 hours to remove every poster, or the fines will go into effect," the group said in a statement Tuesday. The ANSWER Coalition faces $10,000 in fines if it fails to remove posters advertising a September 15 anti-war march in Washington, DC. "Tens of thousands of dollars in additional fines are expected in the coming days."
The group accuses "Bush's Interior Department" of using "intimidation tactics to slow our outreach or silence" the antiwar movement. More....