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Ringing out Torture @ King’s Office 6/25

Sunday, June 25, 2006 " International Bell Ringing.”
Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Location: In front of Congressman King's office at 1003 Park Blvd. Massapequa, NY 11762

 At exactly twelve noon, we are asking that people sound out against torture by ringing bells. Please, bring bells if you can, or clap your hands together.

Speaker: Bill McNulty. He will be the voice of the voiceless.

Please spread the word! RSVP to Mara Bard at marabard@yahoo.com or call (516) 379-8522.

You can contact Congressman King's office at (516) 544-4225 to tell him your disappointment with his decision on this crucial issue.

Directions to Congressman King's office
From Southern State Parkway – Traveling East: Take Exit 28A (Seaford/Rt 135 South) Continue South on Rt 135 for approx. 3.5 miles and bear left onto Sunrise Highway (Rt 27) Travel for approx. 3.5 miles on Rt 27 and make a left onto Park Blvd.

From Southern State Parkway – Traveling West: Take Exit Rt 110 South (Amityville) Continue South on Rt110 for approx. 3 miles and bear right onto Sunrise Highway (Rt 27) Travel for approx. 2 miles on Rt 27 and make a right onto Park Blvd

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  1. […] CARECEN and Hofstra Law School professor; Bill McNulty, LI SOA Watch Suffolk Coordinator; and  Mara Bard, LI SOA Watch Nassau […]

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