On Thurs., May 18, Cindy Sheehan, Ray McGovern, and many others delivered 42,000 signatures on a petition against war on Iran to the White House, denounced the White House's invasion of Iran (McGovern noted that U.S. military are already reported to be in Iran), and then marched three miles to Donald Rumsfeld's home in northwest Washington, D.C., where four people were arrested for entering the grounds of the secretary of defense's house. -- Truthout presents about seven minutes of video, available in QuickTime, WindowsMedia, or RealPlayer format, for DSL or 56k streaming....
IRAN AND RUMSFELD: A REPORT
By Scott Galindez
May 18, 2006
On Thursday, May 18th, over 40,000 petition signatures were delivered to the White House against war with Iran. Following the delivery of the petitions a march to Donald Rumsfeld's house was led by Ray McGovern and Cindy Sheehan. Four people were arrested trying to deliver a message to the Secretary of Defense.