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Two South Korean protesters joined the group to talk about their own protest about a ferry accident which occurred in South Korea earlier this year. The protester says that no one has been held accountable for the accident. A fellow protester who came with him also told the group, “I was in Los Angeles during the Rodney King incident. I am with you.”
The only incident which caused a bit of discord involved a White House security guard. The guard was not happy that protesters were standing on the sidewalk in front of the White House with signs. “Unless you have a permit, you’re not allowed to stand on the sidewalk,” the guard said.
Some protesters were irritated wondering why the guard was picking on them. One person could be heard saying, “families take pictures on the sidewalk all the time and they’re allowed to stand there. Why not us?” But the protesters listened and stepped down onto the street.
The security guard also pondered repeatedly who the leader of the movement was.