Liz Rivera Goldstein of Port Townsend, Washington, chief organizer of Saturday’s Peace and Justice Festival in Chimacum, is arrested at Naval Magazine Indian Island. (Photo by Jeff Chew/Peninsula Daily News)
Police arrest 35 at Indian Island war protest
2006-09-24 by JEFF CHEW
INDIAN ISLAND — Thirty-five war protesters were arrested Saturday afternoon after 22 Jefferson County deputies greeted them at the gates to Naval Magazine Indian Island.
“I thought it was really lovely,” said Liz Rivera Goldstein.
She and her husband Dan were among those arrested — many of them smiling — and taken away in two Jefferson Transit buses to the Jefferson County jail in Port Hadlock.
All were to be charged with disorderly conduct said Jefferson County Undersheriff Tim Perry.
They were to be cited there, and then released Saturday night, he said.
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