Martyr’s Mirror

Excerpt from Martyr’s Mirror, The Sun, June 2009. Read full article

Two shotgun-wielding sheriff’s deputies barred our entry through the gates of the naval transmitter station, but our group of twenty-one protesters radiated the assurance of the overly prepared. We had trained a whole month for this moment. Though the deputies couldn’t tell from looking at us, we were skilled in the art of moral jujitsu. We took a step forward.

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