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The July 4 armed march on Washington just got a little more interesting. A day after telling City Desk that he would still try to enter Washington with a loaded gun, rally organizer Adam Kokesh changed tactics. Now, he wants citywide civil disobedience over whatever law participants consider unconstitutional.
“This is now a call for mass civil disobedience on July 4th anywhere in Washington, DC,” Kokesh writes on his march’s Facebook event page. “Break whatever unconstitutional law you choose.”
Kokesh declined to comment on the move, promising a full announcement next year. But the shift to a citywide strategy seems to be a response to D.C. police chief Cathy Lanier making it clear that marchers would be stopped at the bridge. Instead, Kokesh promises, “we will shut them down by overwhelming them.”
Meanwhile, another group of libertarians has promised to march downtown the day before Kokesh’s rally with toy guns.
Readers: What unconstitutional law will you choose to break for Washington’s version of Devil’s Night?
Photo by Adam Kokesh used under a Creative Commons license