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Heidi Sippel, right, one of the protesters who was allegedly struck by a hit and run last Friday during a protest of the American for Prosperity Conference outside the Washington Convention Center, tells protesters that she was able to give a statement about the incident after temporarily being barred from Metropolitan Police Headquarters by a police line, Monday, November 7, 2011.  Occupy DC protesters, upset by multiple hit-and-run incidents last Friday, converge on the front steps of the Metropolitan Police Headquarters at 300 Indiana Avenue. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)
Photo by: Andrew Harnik
Heidi Sippel, right, one of the protesters who was allegedly struck by a hit and run last Friday during a protest of the American for Prosperity Conference outside the Washington Convention Center, tells protesters that she was able to give a statement about the incident after temporarily being barred from Metropolitan Police Headquarters by a police line, Monday, November 7, 2011. Occupy DC protesters, upset by multiple hit-and-run incidents last Friday, converge on the front steps of the Metropolitan Police Headquarters at 300 Indiana Avenue. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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