Peaceful protests against the implementation of the secretive
policies of the Security
and Prosperity Partnership of North America were
successfully held in nine US cities over the weekend despite one
demonstration organizer having a gunshot round fired into his
home early on Saturday morning.
Organizer Jim Stachowiak of Freedom Fighter Radio
explained that a 9 mm gunshot round was fired into his suburban
home Saturday at about 5:40 a.m. on the day of the marches.
Stachowiak told WND no one in the home was injured by the gunshot
and Atlanta police were called.
The police removed the round for analysis and filed a report
on the incident. No suspects were identified.
Mr Stachowiak has no proof as to who fired the shot but believes
it was related to the Atlanta protest which went ahead as scheduled.
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Other successful demonstrations were held in Chicago;
Houston; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; New York City; Sacramento; Clearwater,
Fla.; and Yakima, Wash., in order to raise awareness of the agreement
made by the Bush administration with the heads of state of Canada
and Mexico to forge a EU style union for North America without
Hours of footage from the protests has already been
uploaded to youtube.
The following clip is from the march in Las Vegas: