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Air Force One Tagged?

Air Force One Tagged?

(3)In a unique statement about freedom of speech, fashion designer Marc Ecko claimed to have spray painted the words "Still Free" on one of the engines of Air Force One. In a video posted at his website, StillFree.com(1), Ecko and accomplices can be seen circumventing airport security, climbing over a barbed wire fence, and purportedly tagging the president's aircraft. Ecko later admitted that it was all an elaborate hoax. Check out the video(2) yourself to see if it would have fooled you.

1. http://www.stillfree.com/
2. http://www.stillfree.com/
3. http://www.stillfree.com/

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