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People going to the Liberty Rally today were met with closed gates at Tony’s Hay Barn. Organizers decided to cancel the event early Saturday morning, due to incomplete procedures with Deschutes County. And rather than put the landowner in jeopardy, they decided to cancel the event. Spokesman Bill Schertzinger : "We did everything right. I mean we did the insurance, we put together all the aspects of handling our parking; and organizing this thing. We did everything right, we filed for the permit." Schertzinger says there was maybe one loose end that they didn't tie up and were afraid the County would shut them down, so they took the proactive step and canceled the rally. He adds that they poured a lot of money and resources into the rally and briefly considered holding it, but wanted to be good patriots and citizens and canceled the rally. There will be another rally in the future.

 

 

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