Protesters first streaming into Saylorsburg Saturday found they had no where to stand to voice their anger.

State troopers directed early arrivals away from the area in front of the Islamic center where controversial Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen has lived for more than a decade along Mount Eaton Road, which has no shoulder. Several nearby neighbors blocked their driveways with caution tape and cones.

Eventually, about 130 protesters made their way down the road, past Mount Eaton Church and to a field belonging to Tricia Bauer by the T&R Farm Shack.

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