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June 5, 2008 7:14 AM

Secret Service questions artist over 'assassination' display

An artist caused a commotion outside a makeshift gallery in New York City with his artistic comment on the presidential campaign. Before the exhibit opened, police officers and Secret Service agents took the artists, Yazmany Arboleda, into custody, and building workers covered the exterior windows with blue masking tape and brown paper.

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