The MAC Tour never really got started.
That’s what it came down to when Brian and I decided to end the tour late last week. Our case in Noblesville delayed our tour by nearly three months, cost us a few hundred dollars in fines/bail and countless hours of lost work.
Therefore, with heavy hearts and mixed emotions, we decided to cancel the remaining 3 months that Brian and I were to be on tour. Brian’s already back in California where he’ll continue to be one of the more productive CopBlock Network Contributors, as well as, taking the lead on “Street Teams” of the CopBlock Network.
I’m back in Ohio, where I’ve secured MAC for the winter, and plan to take him on the road again starting in May. There won’t be any scheduled stops or months mapped out in advance because I’ve learned it’s just too much when arrest or unexpected delays can happen. Yet, MAC will be headed into the Northeast starting around June. As of now he also plans to attend the Porcupine Freedom Festival in Lancaster, NH.
I want to thank the advertisers of MAC for their patience and understanding of these times. I also want to thank the donors who gave their hand earned money in support. Just under $1,200 was raised in donations for the tour and was used up in gas and food expenses for MAC/crew (over the course of the whole trip, including bringing MAC back to OHIO). Yet, if any donor is unhappy with their donation they can simply contact me for a refund or CopBlock Gear in exchange.
Until spring I’ll be in Southern Ohio and if you are within a five hour drive I might be interested in going CopBlocking with you. Ideal places will be warm (so I can live in MAC) or have a spare crash spot for myself (willing to compensate) and, of course, police to film. I’d be looking to do week or weekend long trips with highly active folks. If you think that’s you, contact me here.
Until next time, remember that “Badges Don’t Grant Extra Rights.”
BELOW ARE SOME OF THE VIDEO MADE IN THE SHORT MAC TOUR EXISTENCE:
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