A statement by member of the Twin Cities People's Blockade: part of national blockade effort, a nonviolent protest against Vietnam War and the war's continuing destruction. Two people were arrested for blocking the train track leading into Twin Cities Arsenal. This underscores Nixon administration's intent to continue the war at the same if not greater level of destruction as the Johnson administration. Group of seven protestors vigiling on railroad tracks since August 28 to highlight our responsibility to end the war in Vietnam. Arriving 15 minutes before train came US Federal Marshals who removed for second time a nine foot cross and olive tree on the track, read a statement ordering people off the tracks. They refused and sat down in front of oncoming train, and were then removed from the ordnance track. The train went into arsenal. When the train boxcars come out, they will be loaded with ammunition destined for use in what almost everyone considers an immoral and illegal war.