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The Concord City Council met among a sea of supporters and opponents Monday night, August 12, 2013 to discuss and vote on whether the city will accept a $260,000 federal grant to purchase an armored vehicle called the BearCat. Far left, Chief John Duval of the Concord Police gave a presentation to council members. New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union and  supporters of the Free State Project represented those in opposition of the grant and purchase of the vehicle.
(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
Caption: The Concord City Council met among a sea of supporters and opponents Monday night, August 12, 2013 to discuss and vote on whether the city will accept a $260,000 federal grant to purchase an armored vehicle called the BearCat. Far left, Chief John Duval of the Concord Police gave a presentation to council members. New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union and supporters of the Free State Project represented those in opposition of the grant and purchase of the vehicle. (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff) Album ID: 1711101 Photo ID: 49037796
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