Second night in jail for protestors

March 25, 2008 5:54:44 AM PDT
Six anti-war protesters who interrupted Easter Mass spent a second night in jail after failing to make bond. Police arrested the group, who call themselves "Catholic Schoolgirls Against the War," for shouting and squirted fake blood while Cardinal Francis George began the homily at Holy Name.

A judge ordered five of the protesters held on $25,000 bond each. But protester Donte Smith was given a higher bond, $35,000, because of a past conviction.