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“Bourne” screening draws star, fans and protesters to Meridian

Matt Damon brings 'Jason Bourne' to Meridian

Actor Matt Damon and "Jason Bourne" producer Frank Marshall walk the red carpet as shouting fans ask for selfies Wednesday July 20, 2016 at The Village in Meridian. The duo brought the fifith film in the black-ops thriller series to Meridian for a
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Actor Matt Damon and "Jason Bourne" producer Frank Marshall walk the red carpet as shouting fans ask for selfies Wednesday July 20, 2016 at The Village in Meridian. The duo brought the fifith film in the black-ops thriller series to Meridian for a

Actor Matt Damon and "Jason Bourne" producer Frank Marshall walked the red carpet at The Village in Meridian as shouting fans asked for selfies Wednesday.

The duo brought the fifth film in the black-ops thriller series to the Treasure Valley for an advance screening and to help raise money for the Treasure Valley YMCA's new South Meridian Family YMCA.

In addition to fans, the event brought out some protesters: Members of the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance held up signs at the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue near the Village in response to comments Damon made in support of Australia’s tough gun-control laws despite starring in a movie featuring guns.

Members of the Idaho Second Ammendment Alliance protest a visit by actor Matt Damon for the advanced screening of his latest film "Jason Bourne" Wednesday July 20, 2016. The group waved pro 2nd ammendment signs for passersby honking their car horn

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