by LA-IMC Newsroom
Wednesday, Jan. 02, 2008 at 8:58 AM
There are reports of small groups of demonstrators at various locations along the parade route.
About a dozen people with impeach and anti-wars signs are now at Orange & Colorado and are visible on local live TV broadcast. Ron Paul supporters are also displaying a large banner there. One anti-war sign holder has been escorted out of the area, reportedly for a “non-compliant” sign attached to a wood stick.
A caller from the other end of the parade reports that a handful of protesters were able to stage a pre-parade march when streets were cleared ahead of the parade. Caller says they were able to carry a banner reading “GIVE ImPEACH A CHANCE” the full length of Colorado Blvd.
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