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‘Freedom Walk’

Gloucester resident Asa Kilmon, left, talks with Brandon Howard, a member of the Right to Bear Arms Richmond group, who participated in a “Freedom Walk” along Gloucester’s Main Street Saturday afternoon to educate the public on their Second Amendment rights. The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office alerted the public, via social media and a recorded call evening, that the peaceful demonstration was going to be held Saturday. ...

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