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Watch: Code Pink Tries to Make Citizen's Arrest of Karl Rove

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A Karl Rove book event in Beverly Hills last night was interrupted when activists from Code Pink tried to make a citizen's arrest of Rove for war crimes.

Shouted Code Pink founder Jodie Evans: "Look what you did. You outed a CIA officer. You lied to take us to war. You ruined a country. Totally ruined a country."

Another Code Pink member yelled: "The only comfort I take is that you're going to rot in Hell."

Rove was forced from the podium and the book-signing event was finished.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. I love Code Pink. As much as some people may criticize them, they have more balls than most people. They are courageous for standing up to the CRIMINALS in the bush administration for the wars, havoc and destruction they caused the world.

    When bush was in power, it was hard for people to even wear a liberal leaning t-shirt. These WOMEN were not afraid. They stood up for the convictions and protested those who caused harm to the less-fortunate.

    I applaud them. They could care less about what others say. They stand steadfast to the FASCISTS who are still roaming our country.

    Posted by: FunMe | Apr 1, 2010 1:27:03 AM


  2. Poor Karl. Did he pee or poop his pants?? Bravi, Code Pink!

    Posted by: Perry | Apr 1, 2010 8:38:56 AM


  3. war crimes? the bush addm did what they had to do to protect us from another 9/11 why dont those cowards from code pink tell the families of 9/11 what REAL war crimes are. those guys did the dirty work we all would be ashamed of but they did it thats what those extrememist want to devide us into factions pres Bush was is a betteer man than this coward that we have in the white house bush was never friends with a terrorist like obama was and is still friends

    Posted by: the padrino | May 13, 2010 12:51:56 AM


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