Occupy Baltimore Protesters Disrupt Rove Speech

BALTIMORE (AP) — Several protesters affiliated with the Occupy Baltimore encampment have disrupted a talk by Karl Rove on the campus of Johns Hopkins University.

University spokeswoman Tracey Reeves says about 15 people were asked to leave the Rove speech Tuesday evening, and some were forcibly removed by campus security. No one was arrested.

Reeves says there were no students among the protesters.

Rove was an adviser to President George W. Bush and is now a Fox News commentator.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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