Remembering the Innocent Victims of Empire

Heid, John
March 2013
Nuclear Resister;3/17/2013, Issue 169, p5
The article shows various updates on anti-war and anti-drone protests in the U.S. A group of protesters including John Heid held a protest near the Davis Monaghan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona over the role of its Predator drone pilots in holding military operations overseas. Atlantic Life and South Life Communities held a yearly Holy Innocents Faith and Resistance retreat at the Pentagon in Washington, District of Columbia on December 28, 2012.


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