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Six New Hampshire Citizens Found Guilty of Wanting to Meet with Senator Gregg


CONTACT: New Hampshire Peace Action
Anne Miller, 603.520.0839
Jessica Ellis, 603.228.0559

CONCORD, New Hampshire - February 8 - On Tuesday, February 7, six New Hampshire citizens were found guilty of criminal trespass for a sit-in at Senator Judd Gregg’s Concord office on June 2, 2005. The six defendants were given a one-year suspended sentence of $200 and were called “people of conscience

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Just to add what the press release doesn't say -- Don Booth is 89 years old, in poor health, but determined to continue doing what he's been doing his entire life: pushing in his quiet way for peace and justice. I have known him for almost 30 years and consider him and his wife Lois supreme role models for peace activists.

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