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Published on Jun 22, 2011
Singers sing on even stronger. http://www.wnpj.org/ Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice sponsors these noon sing alongs which occur Monday through Friday either inside or just outside of Wisconsin's Capitol. Yesterday a small set of pro-gun rights visiting tea party members roughly came at some singers while attempting to cover the singers' banners with their flag - despite the availability of almost the entire rotunda edge for anyone's flag display. In this process a singer was hit in the mouth and his tooth was chipped. Two of the tea party members were led away in handcuffs. The singer was also cited by police. According to the ticket the singer was being disorderly for yanking at the tea party flag. Retired senator Dave Zien from Eau Claire, Wisconsin was also present and he acted erratically, running over people's feet with his wheelchair and yelling.Zien was not cited by police. A FOX affiliate out of Milwaukee accompanied Zien and his group. According to singers, the camera crew from FOX6 seemed aware of an impending event and were very friendly with Zien. bluecheddar.net