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Restore the Fourth Rally – Sunbury

October 4th, 2013

Hear Joe Bartello, Next Mayor of Sunbury

Joe Bartello

Joe Bartello

The Restore the Fourth rally, scheduled to begin at 1:00 pm Saturday at Merle Phillips Park, Front and Market Streets, Sunbury, aims to end all forms of unconstitutional surveillance of digital communications currently being carried out by the US Government.

The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV) to the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill of Rights which guarantees individual privacy, prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.

This Rally is about your liberties. If you value them then please come along and support its objectives.

Clear and Present Danger to Our Rights

The rights conferred on the American people by the Fourth Amendment have been coming under increasing threat in recent years.

Activities such as mass surveillance using digital techniques or cameras like the ones we now have in Sunbury, profiling of anyone who may disagree with government policy, and infiltrating groups, many of which have been formed with totally legal objectives but perhaps ones with which those in power may happen to disagree – all these represent a clear and present danger to the rights and freedoms enjoyed by us all.

Guest speakers include:

Marc Scaringi – Attorney at Law, Former US Senate Candidate

Anthony Antonello – Journalist, Activist, Former Ron Paul 2012 Delegate

Dan Johnson – Founder of PANDA (People Against the NDAA) will be making an appearance by skype

Joe Bartello – Sunbury City Council Member and Candidate for Mayor

Ed Quiggle Jr.

Ed Quiggle Jr.

Ed Quiggle, Jr. – Sunbury Constable, City Council Candidate, and PANDA Pennsylvania State Team Leader

Drew Bingaman - candidate for Sunbury City Council

Drew Bingaman

Drew Bingaman – City Council Candidate, Chair Susquehanna Valley Libertarian Party, Chair Legislative Action Committee at PA Libertarian Party

(Drew is scheduled to appear on WKOK On The Mark, Monday October 7th, 8:30 am.)

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