VIDEO: Minnesotans arrested during WH anti-war protest
January 27, 2010 — 9:42am
Nine Minnesotans were arrested yesterday during an anti-war protest in front of the White House as they practiced civil disobedience. Among the participants of the protest was Coleen Rowley, a former FBI agent who blew the whistle on the bureau's failure to prevent 9/11. Rowley was not arrested.
See yesterday's article on Rowley's happenstance meeting with her former political opponent, Rep. John Kline.
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