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January 7, 2000 | MIKE CLARY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anger over a U.S. decision to send a 6-year-old Cuban boy home to his father propelled demonstrators into the streets here Thursday. Throughout the day, flag-waving Cuban exiles sat down in the middle of busy intersections, disrupted traffic by driving slowly on the freeways and blocked the lone road to Miami's seaport. At least 80 people were arrested, including the leaders of two well-known anti-Castro groups. Most were handcuffed peacefully and loaded into police wagons.
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January 7, 2000 | MIKE CLARY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anger over a U.S. decision to send a 6-year-old Cuban boy home to his father propelled demonstrators into the streets here Thursday. Throughout the day, flag-waving Cuban exiles sat down in the middle of busy intersections, disrupted traffic by driving slowly on the freeways and blocked the lone road to Miami's seaport. At least 80 people were arrested, including the leaders of two well-known anti-Castro groups. Most were handcuffed peacefully and loaded into police wagons.
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