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Connecticut spring 2017

Discussion in 'USA - East Coast' started by riggymortis, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. riggymortis Member

    any events going this summer or spring 2017
  2. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    You're best bet is to use the search bar for Connecticut and local towns.
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  3. It looks like you've got a church in New Haven and two missions in Hartford.

    If you're unable to find anyone else in Connecticut, then you might consider casing these locations first, and figuring out how to ride public transportation to and from these places to avoid having your car's license plates photographed in the event that you eventually do any protesting - which should be done masked, of course. You should take other steps to protect your anonymity, like not wearing clothing that could give you away, like a company shirt or a high school varsity jacket.

    Protesting solo can be dangerous, so bring someone if you can convince a friend. Both of you should have your phones handy to photograph or take video, just in case.

    As always, protest non-violently and don't break any laws.
  4. John P. Member

    The mission in Canton (NW of Hartford) appears likely to be a one-room office in a converted house. Amusingly, one of the other tenants of that building appears to be a psychologist. The only problem with protesting there is figuring out the one hour a week that it's open for business to catch the mission holder going in and out for their lonely vigil waiting for no one to come for yet another week.
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  5. I live close to that area and I would be happy to protest with you at the Connecticut mission. Please give more details.
  6. riggymortis Member



    Thanks for taking the time to respond , i will start minor surveillance and see what i can do about getting others involved.
  7. Bandit1964 Member

    I will look into the Boston org since I can get about 5-10 protesters for an event there. There is something about a mix of military and Anons that gets Scilons in a twist.

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