THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983
By David Sellers
Washington Times Staff
"I don't think there's any justification for not having that 30-day period:' Bryant said. "There's no articulated exigency."
In spite of their resistance, the Park Police and the Secret Service won the battle, and the protesters were forced off the White House Sidewalk:
Concepcion salutes the Park Police, Hitler-style, as they take the signs away.
"It was disgraceful," she remembers.
Protesting on the White House Sidewalk had come to an end. A new way of life began for Thomas and Concepcion: