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G-20 protesters told to use Pittsburgh parking lot

• AP
Pittsburgh plans to lease a downtown parking lot for four days to accommodate protesters during the Group of 20 economic summit this month.But protest organizer Naomi Archer says a “protest pit” is unacceptable and demonstrators must be allowed to be in a free and open area.

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Comment by Powell Gammill
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Oh come on, we try to be accommodating.  We used hard stolen taxpayer swag  to rent a parking lot from one of our political patrons to set up a free speech zone where you can be contained, er protected, and you have the ungrateful audacity to complain about trampling the rights we otherwise -- when convenient -- allow you to use.   You ingrates!