On May 4, 1970, Laurel Krause was just 15 years old. That night in a hospital with her parents she identified her 19-year-old sister Allison’s lifeless body. The bullets that killed Kent State University students Allison, Jeff, Sandy and Bill, and injured nine were government issued. The official story is the Ohio National Guardsmen were scared and over reacted. All in unison without commands-to-fire … a story debunked in 2010 at the 40th Kent State. On the 50th anniversary Laurel launches the Kent State 50th #TeachIn. Starting on Monday, May 4, 2020, please WATCH the Kent State 50th #TeachIn on social media and at www.TruthTribunal.org and www.ProjectCensored.org

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