From the San Francisco Chronicle:
Police arrested 80 protesters, including a former president of the Pacific Exchange, during nonviolent protests … Friday in San Francisco’s Financial District.
[…] The star of the day, however, was former Pacific Exchange president Warren Langley.
“People ask me who I’m representing,” Langley said. “I’m representing the establishment. And there are a lot of other people out there who feel like I do. Now is the time to take the next step in speaking your conscience.”
[…]This was the first protest for the 1965 graduate of the Air Force Academy, and the retired lieutenant colonel couldn’t eat anything for breakfast. …</blockquote>