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Crawford, UNITED STATES: Cindy Sheehan of Gold Star Families for Peace, speaks on a mobile phone near her makeshift camp on the side of a road leading to the ranch of US President George W. Bush, 07 August 2005 in Crawford, TX. Sheehan's son Casey Sheehan was one of the 1,810 US soldiers killed in Iraq since the March 2003 invasion. Sheehand plans to camp out until she gets a chance to speak to Bush about the death of her son.Sheehan has not seen Bush, but she did talk for about 45 minutes 06 August with Steve Hadley, Bush's national security adviser, and Joe Hagin, deputy White House chief of staff, who went out to hear her concerns. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Crawford, UNITED STATES: Cindy Sheehan of Gold Star Families for Peace, speaks on a mobile phone near her makeshift camp on the side of a road leading to the ranch of US President George W. Bush, 07 August 2005 in Crawford, TX. Sheehan's son Casey Sheehan was one of the 1,810 US soldiers killed in Iraq since the March 2003 invasion. Sheehand plans to camp out until she gets a chance to speak to Bush about the death of her son.Sheehan has not seen Bush, but she did talk for about 45 minutes 06 August with Steve Hadley, Bush's national security adviser, and Joe Hagin, deputy White House chief of staff, who went out to hear her concerns. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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