|Re: Lady Courage|
- Tuesday, August 9 2005, 20:29:17 (CEST)|
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Sheehan's story tugged the heart of Killeen resident Cathleen Fox, whose son Christopher is stationed at Fort Hood. Christopher just got back from Iraq and will ship out again in a few months. The two came to the camp to show their support.
Cathleen says, I read yesterday that Cindy Sheehan was out here and it just crushed me.
Christopher says, If I had my choice, I would rather not go back. I don't feel this war is necessary.
President Bush's motorcade is expected to pass by the camp later in the week. Protesters have been told they may have to move, but they say they're not budging.
Protestor Diane Wilson says, We're talking to the head of the ACLU of Texas and we're going to start fighting for inches.
I'm willing to be arrested, Sheehan says. I'll still be there and if they let me out of jail, I'll go back.
McLennan County Sheriff Larry Lynch did not return repeated phone calls from NBC 6. Sheehan says she does not expect to get that face to face meeting with President Bush.
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