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Code Pink protests Cheney appearance in SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Members of the anti-war group "Code Pink" protested the arrival of former Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday.
The group called for the vice president's immediate arrest for what the group says is the inhumane treatment and torture of detainees.
Cheney was in town to speak at a private conference at the Palace Hotel.
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