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Protester Jim Goodnow, a non-combat Vietnam veteran from Terlingua, Texas, has "End warfare, not healthcare written on his cast while he joins hundreds of protesters upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Code Pink protesters Medea Venjamin, left, tapes up a foreclosure sign on a painted cardboard house while hundreds of protesters, upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs, gather at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Protesters Emily Keel, left, of Robersonville, North Carolina and Kit Kittridge, right, of Quilcene, Washington with Code Pink set up a "Peace Ribbon" in Freedom Plaza which honors those who have lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq, Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. Hundreds of protesters upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in Northwest. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Protester Bob Bowes from Somerville, Massachusetts holds an american flag which has corporate logos instead of starts at a protest for a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Art Brennan, a retired superior court judge from New Hampshire gives out advice on how to deal with police and what to do if arrested to protesters, upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs, as they gather at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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A suspicious vehicle shuts down traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue between 12th and 14th Streets while trying to enter the Reagan Building as hundreds of protesters upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs gather across the street at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Henry Brann, left, and others play together at a drum circle as hundreds of protesters upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs gather at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)s

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Protesters Eric Sponaugle, center, Colleen Clementine, second from right, and Banjo Youngblood, right, are woken and asked to move by police officers after spending the night near Mcpherson Square before joining hundreds of protesters upset about a variety of issues from the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to corporate greed and jobs gather at Freedom Plaza before marching to the White House, Chamber of Commerce and along K Street in NW Washington, DC, October 6, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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Mayor Vincent Gray, shown Wednesday at his press briefing on Freedom Plaza, said he has many questions about the two escapes and beating of a guard this week at New Beginnings Youth Development Center, a detention facility. Interim Director Neil Stanley said that planned security improvements will prevent another such escape. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)