Protesters Rally Against War
Police Reportedly Arrest Protesters
UPDATED: 11:48 a.m. PST January 16, 2003
LOS ANGELES -- People are protesting Thursday morning by staging a funeral for would-be casualties if the United States went to war with Iraq, according to NBC4.
Members of the American Friends Service Committee protested at the Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday and the mark the anniversary of the Gulf War, according to NBC4.
Protesters do not want a second Gulf War with Iraq. They staged funeral services for would-be casualties.
Los Angeles police are at the scene and are reportedly arresting people and loading them onto buses.