Thursday, June 22, 2006

American Samoa police to secure opening of Da Vinci Code

PAGO PAGO, American Samoa (AP) _ Police in American Samoa will patrol the opening of ``The Da Vinci Code'' later this month. They are worried about violence after a fight broke out between a priest and a theater manager over the film's content two weeks ago. Heather Wright is vice president of marketing of Hollywood Theaters. She says her company is just being cautious and wants to make sure its management team feels safe at the theater. [More]


Blogger Ancient Clown said...

TWO things that may not be as important as this;
The continued GENOCIDE of the Aboriginal peoples of Canada.
The continued WAR on The Poor.
I must come to this conclusion as the two things I've mentioned have not received ANY media attention while this one has received it worldwide.
Can we say PRIORITIZE? Not so long as the media chooses to make the news instead of reporting the truth.
PLEASE, help share the TRUTH of what is also happening RIGHT NOW, before it is too late.
your humble servant,
Ancient Clown

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