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RidleyReport

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Sponsor: http://LSFund.org - Dan Bridgeland was the quiet freedom activist who re-ignited "Taproom Tuesday" get-togethers. He has reportedly just died in his sleep at age 32 in New Hampshire.  Details inbound.

An acquaintance of Bridgeland posted these messages to Facebook roughly 11 p.m. July 11th.

"Dan Bridgeland has died. The cause of death is unknown. Alec discovered his body last night. There will be an autopsy. He died in Manchester at home. There were no obvious signs. They were waiting to notify family before making this public."

"We'll have a memorial for Dan on Sunday at CotS in Manchester. Please let his friends know...it will be in the Park at 11 am unless it rains..."

The latter presumably refers to Manchester's Lafayette Park, at Amory and Notre Dame.

Regarding the sponsor link at the top, it refers to the Liberty Scholarship Fund...which helps New Hampshire students escape JailSchools.





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Re: Free stater's mysterious death shocks Manchester porcupines
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2013, 11:45:41 am »

Here's the page for the July 14 memorial service:  
https://www.facebook.com/events/594121613944325/?ref=3

Additionally, I've just seen two reports from his acquaintences that Dan's brother has just died as well... at age 23!   This apparently happened around late June and reportedly Dan had just returned from burying him! 
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Re: Free stater's mysterious death shocks Manchester porcupines
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2013, 12:13:32 pm »

Dave,

Thank you for posting this. All the information we have so far is on the event page,
and Simpson Park is on the corner of Amory and Notre Dame, not Kelley as reported earlier.
If it rains, hopefully we can use the Q, normally not a problem on Sunday.
We have not received any word from the family last I heard.

Best,

K
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