|CeaseFire booklet promotes|
In defense of skeptics (including myself at times). The 'positive loiterers' have been out doing this awhile. I don't want to discredit their actions as a 'one-time' shot.
The point being: If you see CeaseFire, ask them for a copy of the, "Know Your Right's Guide."
(I'm not sure they've got anymore, or they'll even bring it after reading this, but the last time I went on one of these after shooting walks this winter, pamphlets were handed out by CeaseFire.)
In the comic book style information guide, (14 pages) it contains information on what to do for the kids who come in contact with the police. It's put together by the Model for Change, System Reform for Juvenile Justice in Illinois.
At first I put the book in my bike bag. But when I got home and read it, I was a bit miffed at the content inside.
|No snitching' rule is still being promoted to the community|
in CeaseFire events.
This book seems to promote just that. The common theme is; not to talk.
This is not the product we need to hand out to young kids, with all the violence and killing going on.
This is not the message that should be going out to the community at this time. Don't listen to this CeaseFire propaganda. If you see something, say something.
Start snitching, people.
UPDATED: I did the legwork for those who want to see the product in question: PDF of the booklet