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Phonse Jessome tells us what made the Hell's Angels ride out of town and why the cops got lucky. Then, Kirk Johnson talks about his landmark Human Rights victory against the Halifax police department and shares why 2003 was such a hard year for him for personally and professionally. Plus, Allison Saunders is back as we discuss Hurricane Juan, Iraq War protests and Paul McLeod's Zine. The Coast presents: 25 for 25. A year-by-year audio archive. Through the lens of the city’s alt-weekly, editors Jacob Boon and Tara Thorne bring you the stories that shaped Halifax over the past quarter-century The Coast Twitter: @TwitCoast The Coast (online) thecoast.ca Tara Thorne twitter: @thorneyhfx Jacob Boon twitter: @RWJBoon

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