Picketing Climate Protestors Arrested at Congressional Baseball Game

Three climate protestors were arrested on Thursday during the 87th Congressional Baseball Game and fundraiser after blocking an entrance to the Nationals Park in Washington D.C.
The game, a long tradition in Washington, had attracted numerous climate change groups who demanded more immediate action on related issues. Several of these activists gathered at the center of the field entry gate, attempting to disrupt people who wanted to enter the stadium.
The police formed lines, separating attendees and demonstrators. The three activists were arrested and charged with unlawful entry, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
On July 27, Tom Manger, chief of the United States Capitol Police which is the primary agency tasked with protecting Congress members, announced that they were aware of protestors planning to hold demonstrations at the game….

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