What are Sussex County officials afraid of?

April 23, 2013

Monday evening, the 22nd of April, The Institute On The Constitution is beginning a twelve-week study on the United States Constitution. It was scheduled to be held in a meeting room of the Sussex County Annex (Sheriff's office), a public building.

This past Thursday, the county officials denied this use to the citizens of the state of Delaware. I can only think they are afraid of the citizens having a better understanding of their rights and protections under the constitution.

They will probably try to claim some ridiculous story about insurance (anyone heard of insurance stopping at 7 p.m.?) It is most likely a part of the continuing harassment of the Sheriff's office. The study will continue on the property of a true patriot of the United States.

Richard McKinley

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