July 4, 2012 - March to End Illegal Surveillance - Photos
By Editors
Jul 5, 2013, 4:45pm

A Very, very bright and warm day in Denver for the gathering to Restore the Fourth Amendment on the Fourth. Starting with a small group at noon, the crowd continued to increase at the Capitol Building until about 100-150 people took part in the march down the 16th street Mall.

From Dissident Voice-Restore the Fourth, The Beginning Is Near
"On this 4th of July, while many Americans were celebrating the country's Independence Day, rallies were held nationwide to counter the massive violation of privacy and the Fourth Amendment by the NSA. The campaign 'Restore the Fourth', spearheaded by a grassroots, non-partisan group of Internet activists emerged about a month ago in light of the mass surveillance revelation by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. It launched protests in over 100 cities across America. Reddit, Mozilla and others staged the largest online protest since SOPA...."

Ed Note: According to news stories there was an incident on the march involving a motorcycle policeman and a bystander and at least two people were arrested. It is unclear exactly what happened but there is a video here on the march and the incident. Both have been released on bail.

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