whisper 19.01.2012 12:43

"Pritchard took me to Fleet in a police car. We were followed by a vanload of police officers. I showed him where to park, then led the group through the woods to the cache. Several of the policemen were armed. They fanned out among the trees to guard against a rescue attempt.
Their precautions were surreal. Who did they think was going to come and save me — the acid army? The police may have watched us for a while, but they didn't have a clue who we really were. They'd come tooled up to take out the peace and love brigade. We didn't have a gun between us. We were the last of the hippy activists, non-violent revolutionaries trying to transform the world through chemical enlightenment." — Lief Fielding, To Live Outstide the Law, Operation Julie (26 March 1977).

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