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Dada Pranakrsnananda arrested on Brooklyn Bridge

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Dada Prana was the first to be arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge as he sat in front of the crowd in meditation. He practiced  passive resistance and was carried away by police. In prison, he refused to talk with police and refused all food. In addition to his monk's robes, he wears a shirt that states "People who profit from the sufferings of others are immoral!" Photo posted by Bill Perry on Facebook
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I hadn't heard about this courageous man until you... by Suzana Megles on Friday, Oct 7, 2011 at 5:07:26 PM