700,000 people marched in France today for freedom and to show their solidarity with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris.
In Suburban Washington, Code Pink and Witness Against Torture led about 20 people in a protest tour against torture, during which they went to the homes of torture apologists. Two protesters were arrested outside Dick Cheney's house. One was an 83 year old female. Police said she was inside the fence on his property and refused to leave.
Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin disputed the police account, telling CNN, "The police asked us to move to the street, so we did. And they arbitrarily arrested two of us."
Is it that the 83 year old didn't move quickly enough for police? I hope not. That would be unacceptable age discrimination.
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