ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.comSOA Watch coordinator Chris Inserra, second from left, talks with Brother Utsumi Gyoshu, left, Quinn Wilson, Sister Denise Laflan and Nancy Smith as crew members set up the stage for the Sunday vigil at the Fort Benning main gate. Inserra first attended an SOA Watch in 1997, where she began to read the memorial names from stage. Gyoshu and Laflan are members of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist order in Atlanta. Smith was arrested during the 2010 SOA Watch, and served six months in prison in Danbury, Connecticut.  11.21.15
ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.comSOA Watch coordinator Chris Inserra, second from left, talks with Brother Utsumi Gyoshu, left, Quinn Wilson, Sister Denise Laflan and Nancy Smith as crew members set up the stage for the Sunday vigil at the Fort Benning main gate. Inserra first attended an SOA Watch in 1997, where she began to read the memorial names from stage. Gyoshu and Laflan are members of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist order in Atlanta. Smith was arrested during the 2010 SOA Watch, and served six months in prison in Danbury, Connecticut. 11.21.15 ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.comSOA Watch coordinator Chris Inserra, second from left, talks with Brother Utsumi Gyoshu, left, Quinn Wilson, Sister Denise Laflan and Nancy Smith as crew members set up the stage for the Sunday vigil at the Fort Benning main gate. Inserra first attended an SOA Watch in 1997, where she began to read the memorial names from stage. Gyoshu and Laflan are members of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist order in Atlanta. Smith was arrested during the 2010 SOA Watch, and served six months in prison in Danbury, Connecticut. 11.21.15 ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com