Protester Rosco Farmer is corralled April 7 in the back of the auditorium by civil affairs officers near the end of former President Bill Clinton rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia. Bill Clinton was interrupted by people in the crowd holding signs reading “Clinton crime bill destroyed our communities” and “Welfare reform increased poverty.”
Protester Rosco Farmer is corralled April 7 in the back of the auditorium by civil affairs officers near the end of former President Bill Clinton rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia. Bill Clinton was interrupted by people in the crowd holding signs reading “Clinton crime bill destroyed our communities” and “Welfare reform increased poverty.” Ed Hille Associated Press
Protester Rosco Farmer is corralled April 7 in the back of the auditorium by civil affairs officers near the end of former President Bill Clinton rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia. Bill Clinton was interrupted by people in the crowd holding signs reading “Clinton crime bill destroyed our communities” and “Welfare reform increased poverty.” Ed Hille Associated Press

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