'Peace Mom' Sheehan arrested outside Bush's ranch

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December 29, 2006 04:11

 
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Peace activist Cindy Sheehan and four other protesters were arrested for blocking a road near US President George W. Bush's ranch, snagging Vice President Dick Cheney's motorcade in the backup, authorities said. Sheehan and the others lay or sat in the road for about 20 minutes Thursday and did not heed requests to move, Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. R.T. King said. "They weren't going unless they were arrested," King told The Associated Press. He said Cheney's motorcade was among the vehicles delayed by the demonstration.

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