Monday, June 1 – Rev. Rob Fisher was standing in front of his St. John’s Church on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., handing out granola bars and bottled water to protesters, and generally not planning to make international news. He left his staff for a moment to field an interview about a fire that had been started in the basement of the church by a rogue protester the previous day. Not long after he stepped away, his team found itself fleeing tear gas and pepper spray.
Fisher co-founded Edible Monterey Bay with his wife Sarah Wood. He knows good flavor when he tastes it. Tear gas is not it. But the tear gas was not the only thing which disturbed him. More distressing things would come next.
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