Protesters Rally over Sydney Arrests Tied to Cheney Visit
Anti-war protesters today rallied outside a Sydney police station where three activists were being questioned following a rowdy demonstration against United States Vice-President Dick Cheney.
Police on foot and horseback provided an escort as the protesters waved anti-war banners and chanted "No racism, no war'' during the two kilometre march to the police station from The Rocks.
Outside the police station, about 60 officers formed two rows as protesters chanted and banged drums.
Around 100 anti-war protesters chanting "Chain up Cheney, free David Hicks," had earlier faced off with police who were blocking their path towards the Shangri-la Hotel.