Banner drop at Fort Meade: “Save America – Close the NSA”

Save America – Close the NSA

On Saturday, December 7, 2013, two carloads of activists drove to the NSA headquarters at Fort Meade to demonstrate against the U.S. surveillance state.

They unfurled banners over US-295 with a simple message:

Save America – Close the NSA.

[videography, sound by N. van der Sluys, T. Nephew; for a sharper image while playing
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NSA headquarters, Fort Meade, MD

The action, organized by the Bill of Rights Defense Committee with activists from Code Pink, Restore the Fourth, and the Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition, helps kick off similar protests around the country leading up to the Bill of Rights Day on December 15th.

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4 Responses to Banner drop at Fort Meade: “Save America – Close the NSA”

  1. Reblogged this on Get FISA Right and commented:

    So we kicked the surveillance state in the shins a little bit yesterday.

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