Capitol police arrest anti-war activist, Cindy Sheehan and at least ten of her supporters on July 23, 2007.
The group had refused to leave the Office of the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee after demanding President Bush’s impeachment.
Sheehan said the chairman representative John Conyers told her he didn’t have enough votes for impeachment. Sheehan then sat down in his office, saying she would not leave until he changed his mind. She was led away in plastic handcuffs.
There’s no word on what charges she might face.
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