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Detroit Flyer Raid - 4.5.08

Discussion in 'Flash Raids' started by Zer0, Mar 31, 2008.

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    Detroit Flyer Raid - 4.5.08

    Copied from AnonIB:

    CURRENT PLANS (Not 100% final, almost though)
    (Need input on suggested time, as well as fliers shooped up)
    This is a Flier handout/posting mission, not a picket!

    Meetup between noon/12:30pm. Try to start routes by 1pm.

    Outfit Options:
    Suits + GF masks (suggested if a whole team has this)
    Street clothes + bandannas/scarves (suggest for covert teams/teams that lack GF masks)

    General idea:
    Anons meet @ Hart Plaza. Divide into small flier teams, gear up (tape, water bottles, maps, etc). Each team goes on specific routes. A few hours later, anons make their way back to Hart Plaza, party for a bit, and disperse.

    MUST READ!
    Detroit Handbill Ordinances are here:
    http://www.municode.com/Resources/gateway.asp?pid=10649&sid=22
    Got to Chapter 3, Article II
    "DISTRIBUTION OF HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, AND ADVERTISING CARDS"
    (see below)

    __________
    *Cross references: Peddlers, solicitors and vendors, Ch. 41.

    __________

    Sec. 3-2-1. Prohibited in Loop or Loop District; exceptions.
    (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to distribute or cause to be distributed any commercial handbills, circulars or advertising cards that solicit patronage for goods, wares, merchandise, services, real estate or any other thing within the Loop or Loop District, which is defined in section 1-1-2 of this Code as the area bounded on the south by the south line of East Jefferson Avenue and West Jefferson Avenue; on the east by the east line of St. Antoine Street; on the north by the north line of Columbia Street; and on the west by the west line of First Street.
    (b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to established newspapers or periodicals or to noncommercial circulars, handbills, or cards which do not solicit patronage for profit.
    (Code 1964, § 3-1-4; Ord. No. 28-99, § 1, 8-4-99)

    Sec. 3-2-2. Prohibited when soliciting patronage for persons loaning money or extending credit or for medical services.
    No person shall circulate, distribute, give away or cause to be circulated, distributed or given away in or upon any of the avenues, streets, alleys or public places in the city any circulars, handbills or advertising cards soliciting patronage for any person professing to loan money or extend credit on any pledge of personal property, salary loan, chattel mortgage or other like security or soliciting patronage for any person professing to cure disease or render medical service; nor shall any highway, street, avenue, lane, alley, public ground or space be used in circulation, distribution or giving away within the city of any such circular, handbill or advertising card.
    (Code 1964, § 3-1-1)

    Sec. 3-2-3. Interfering with or obstructing traffic, etc., prohibited.
    (a) No person shall distribute, circulate, give away or cause to be circulated, distributed or given away any paper, handbill, card, book, pamphlet or printed matter soliciting trade, customers or patrons on any public highway, street or alley, so as to interfere with or impede pedestrians or passers-by or other traffic upon such public highway, street or alley.
    (b) As provided for in section 1-1-9 of this Code, a person who violates this section shall be responsible for a civil infraction and is subject to a civil fine of not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00), plus costs.
    (Code 1964, § 39-1-17; Ord. No. 337-H, § 1, 7-27-79; Ord. No. 28-99, § 1, 8-4-99)
    Cross references: Traffic and motor vehicles, Ch. 55.

    Sec. 3-2-4. Racing tips prohibited.
    No person shall distribute, circulate, give away or cause to be circulated, distributed or given away on any public highway, street or alley any paper, handbill, card, book, pamphlet or printed matter advertising or soliciting the sale of racing tips, so-called, or the services of any so-called race track expert.
    (Code 1964, § 39-1-19)

    Sec. 3-2-5. Prohibited at posted residential premises.
    No person shall distribute, or cause to be distributed, any advertising material to any residential premises upon which is posted a notice that states "No Trespassing", "No Handbills", "Post No Bills" or any similar language. Such a notice shall be posted in a conspicuous place near the front entrance of the residence.
    (Code 1964, § 3-1-1; Ord. No. 28-99, § 1, 8-4-99)
    Secs. 3-2-6--3-2-10. Reserved.

    Flyers for 4.12 that can be printed for 4.5:

    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii75/ZeeToTheAnon/April12color3-2.jpg
    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii75/ZeeToTheAnon/April12color1-2.jpg
    http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii75/ZeeToTheAnon/April12color2.jpg
    http://www.anonib.com/michiganlegion/images/265/reconnectposterMI_anonib.jpg

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