Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Man Arrested For Protesting Against War In Iraq
Actually, this is freakin' hilarious, if you think about it.
ClickOnDetroit.com - Local News - Man Arrested For Protesting Against War In Iraq:
A local man was handcuffed and arrested after standing at Nine Mile Road and Woodward Avenue in protest against the war in Iraq.
Victor Kittila, 55, of Eastpointe was standing near the road in Ferndale last week holding a sign that read 'Honk if you want Bush Out,' according to the Daily Tribune. Kittila lost the sign after police confiscated it and placed him under arrest.
'I'll be back there,' said Kittila.
Ferndale police seized the sign asking people to honk because it was becoming too noisy in an already busy part of town, according to the paper's reports.