Hundreds of people came out Monday night to voice their opinions and light candles in protest of a potential U.S. invasion in Iraq.
The 12th annual March For Peace and Justice turned into a silent protest regarding our country's latest efforts in the Middle East.
"Why are we over there?" commented Hale Horrneck, a candle baring protester. "We have no need to be over there".
Other marchers say they don't want to see any U.S. service men killed for political suspicion. " I just don't want our boys over their-plain and simple".
The rally ended with a ceremony honoring the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.