September 25, 2005 -- War protest in DC draws crowd of 300,000.

publication date: Apr 12, 2007
author/source: Wayne Madsen
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September 25, 2005 -- War protest in DC draws crowd of 300,000. In typical fashion, the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police played the Bush-Rove "fuzzy math" game -- cutting the number in half and subtracting 50,000 to come up with a total of 100,000. And in typical fashion, the corporate-controlled media referred to the numbers as being in "the tens of thousands."



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