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George Crossley

George Crossley, far left, of the ACLU, gives a press conference about the Stop The Ordinance Partnership (STOP), before the Orlando Food Not Bombs has their weekly food sharing in the vicinity of Lake Eola Park, on Wednesday, August 2, 2006. Caysie Bailey of Orlando Food Not Bombs, Pastor Brian Nicholson of the First Vagabond Church of God and Ben Markeson, of OFNB, hold a sign that reads, “Food is a right not a privilege!”RICARDO RAMIREZ BUXEDA, ORLANDO SENTINEL