Kabuki Dance

Tuesday, August 24, 2004 - 05:30 PM

Newsday published the text of the ruling denying an Arab-American protest group the right to protest on Central Park's Great Lawn during the Republican Convention. Surprisingly, the judge sought fit to inject humor in the 35-page legal document. He dubbed the correspondence between the National Council of Arab Americans and the City a Kabuki dance. And describing the breadth of protest groups raising their voice against the Republicans' New York event he singled out 'Dogs Against Republicans.' A quick google search on this potentially interesting group proves fruitless, so if you know anything about them, please let us know.
Hear a discussion on the judge's ruling in tomorrow's show.


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