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Published on Feb 8, 2007
On the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, a group of local activists staged a dramatic protest outside the Armed Forces Recruiting Center in the neighborhood of Roslindale, Massachusetts. At noon, the Boston Direct Action Project dumped five gallons of fake blood and took up positions on the doorstep. The activists portrayed a dead Iraqi woman, her grieving husband, a dead U.S. soldier and his grieving wife. The blood flowed forty feet into the parking lot, attracting scores of local residents. The community was supportive, and many onlookers stopped to talk to members of the Project, who handed out informational flyers with suggested alternatives to military service.