• Worcester City Council Silent Protest wearing loud orange
    In silent protest of our for FULL Due Process resolution being excluded as an agenda item, we will be attending the weekly Worcester City Council meetings. Please join us at 7:30 pm this Tuesday. Worcester Magazine covered the event: http://worcestermag.com/2015/03/05/worcester-protesters-orange-seeing-red-defense-act/31735 Worcester protesters in orange seeing red over Defense Act Worcester City Hall 455 Main Street (http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=455+Main+St.+Worcester,+MA) Worcester, MA 01608 Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ActNowWorcester See our event on FB at: https://www.facebook.com/events/792144897501172/

    City Hall, Esther Howland Chamber

    455 Main St. · Worcester, MA

  • Educational Forum on the NDAA: threat and solutions
    The Intolerable Act of 2012 - NDAA The Spirit of1774! Please share! Come to this event, about our basic right of Due Process Wednesday, September 17 (https://www.facebook.com/events/calendar/2014/September/17)at 6:00pm - 8:00pm Due process rights under the Massachusetts Constitution and U.S. Constitution (Bill of Rights) Location: Banx Room - Main Library Introducing our new Petition to support Due Process in Worcester. We are requesting that Worcester, MA stand with the City of Albany, NY and the towns of Oxford, Webster and Rutland, MA in upholding the 5th Amendment guarantee of Due Process for all persons suspected or accused of committing crimes. We assert that the Bill of Rights remains in full effect for all inhabitants of Worcester, notwithstanding sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, which purported to authorize indefinite detentions of accused persons without the right to Due Process. The rights to counsel, to face one's accuser(s) and to a jury of one's peers are all inalienable rights which can never lawfully be nullified. Best regards, Rich Aucoin RCG Act Now Worcester [masked]

    Banx Room in the Worcester Public Library Main Campus

    3 Salem Square · Worcester, MA

  • NDAA PLAN OF ACTION
    Introducing our new Petition to support Due Process in Worcester. We are requesting that Worcester, MA stand with the City of Albany, NY and the towns of Oxford, Webster and Rutland, MA in upholding the 5th Amendment guarantee of Due Process for all persons suspected or accused of committing crimes. We assert that the Bill of Rights remains in full effect for all inhabitants of Worcester, notwithstanding sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, which purported to authorize indefinite detentions of accused persons without the right to Due Process. The rights to counsel, to face one's accuser(s) and to a jury of one's peers are all inalienable rights which can never lawfully be nullified.

    Worcester Public Library - Banx Room

    3 Salem Square · Worcester, MA

  • Stand out in W. Boylston
    We spreading the news about RCGR (Restore Constitutional Governance) in surrounding towns of Worcester. First stop: West Boylston! Come join us noon to 1 pm opposite the Old stone Church, 65 Worcester St., W. Boylston, MA, at the corner of Route 12 and Rt. 140 (Thomas Basin). We need EVERY town circling Worcester passing anti-NDAA Resolutions in support of Due Process for all residnets - our most basic civil right!

    Old Stone Church

    65 Worcester St. · West Boylston, MA

  • Educational Forum on the NDAA: threat and solutions
    Worcester City Councilor and former mayor Konnie Lukes has urged a public education forum to help citizens understand the civil rights dangers posed by the new NDAA. We have invited candidates to speak about the dangers of the new NDAA and why Restoring Constitutional Governance (RCG) is so important. Please let us know if she can attend. Best regards, Rich Aucoin RCG Act Now Worcester [masked]

    Nucafe

    335 Chandler St · Worcester

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  • Rally Worcester City Hall this Sat. July 12th 3 pm
    Anti-NDAA demons tation at Worcester City Hall (meet-up at Rear Steps). We have signs and you are welcome to bring your own anti-NDAA signs (some may show up in orange detainee suits)! Worcester Herald may film the event.

    Worcester City Commons (Behind City Hall)

    455 Main Street · Worcester, MA

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