Protesters ejected while telling the NRA it has 'blood on its hands'12/21/2012
The National Rifle Association took a week before delivering its response to the Sandy Hook massacre that took 27 lives, which gave protesters a chance to ready themselves for the expected message: that deploying weapons in school is best way to protect school kids. Two demonstrators from Code Pink, self-described as a "women-initiated grassroots peace and social justice movement," interrupted NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre's press conference Friday, the first shouting that the organization is "killing our children." Both were ejected, and LaPierre ignored a reporter's question for a response to the protests.
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