“Imagine living in a world where violence was not tolerated in any form or fashion,” Tio Hardiman wrote last year. “However, we may have to rethink some of our history lessons, which tell the stories of world wars throughout the history of the world. What would the conversation sound like when you do not promote violence as a lifestyle?”
“Timing is everything and today is the right time to take this gun control issue connected to public health all the way to the top in order to help our children understand that you can live in a world without worrying about violence. This post is dedicated to all of the victims of violence worldwide and the little children that were killed in the Connecticut Massacre. Rest in Peace!”
It’s hard to know what that wonderful non-violent world would look like. And don’t ask Tio Hardiman about it. He just posted bond on domestic battery charges.
CeaseFire director Tio Hardiman is out of jail Saturday night after posting bond on a domestic battery charge. Hardiman was arrested Friday after an argument with his wife allegedly turned physical at the couple’s hillside home.
“I am Mr. Ceasefire and I got caught up in a situation and I am not here to point fingers and blame nobody,” Hardiman said. “The verdict is still out. I can’t really speak about the case. Things happen for a reason and liberation comes in many forms.”
Yes. Things like violence and the ability of women to defend against it.