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George Clooney comments on recent arrest

HollywoodNews.com: George Clooney was recently arrested after being involved in a protest outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, DC when he apparently crossed a police line.
Now, the actor is commenting on being arrested while fighting against the crimes he feels are happening against the innocent people in Sudan, states UsMagazine.com. “I grew up in a family that believed that your job was to be involved with your fellow man. You have a responsibility to participate in the human condition, one way or another,” Clooney said about being arrested for this cause.
Most importantly, Clooney wants others to be aware of what is happening there: “They kill people — one village we were in, there were 34 people killed in the last two months, and it’s a small village — so they kill people, but more than that, they’re keeping them hiding in the rocks, in the caves, so that they can’t farm, and they miss their planting season this year.”
What do you think about his actions?
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