Friday, June 17, 2011

Letter of a Burning Man

On Thursday morning, June 16, The Sentinel received a "last statement" via mail from a man who insinuated that he planned to set himself on fire in front of the Cheshire County Court House, and an explanation of why he intended to do so. Through further reporting, The Sentinel is confident this is from the victim of Wednesday afternoon's fire, although police have not yet received confirmation of his identity. The 15-page statement is printed in full, except for two redacted items: The names of the man's mother and his three children.  Details will be posted as they become available.
 A man who could not stand for the way our government treated him. I quote him...
"Better to die a free man than live as a serf."
Please indulge in his letter over here.

In case this becomes deleted because of it's truthfulness (the bane of our current establishment), I have saved it and may reproduce it on future notice if necessary.

Anyone interested in the Men's Rights Movement need read this.

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