This video shows anti-war protesters yesterday as they marched with police escort to the Franklin Mills Mall in Philadelphia where they delivered a symbolic "criminal complaint" to U.S. Army recruiters and the mall's management company.
The demonstrators were protesting the Army's use of a high-tech, video game-equipped recruitment center located in the mall.
There was a significant police presence as the protesters arrived. They were permitted to enter the mall and stage their rally at the entrance to the Army Experience Center.
As the rally ended, seven protesters, mostly in white masks, were arrested, presumably for refusing to disperse. The arrests were peaceful and appeared to be scripted by the protesters as a symbolic gesture.
UPDATE: A press release on yesterday's protest has been issued by its organizers.
UPDATE 2: The local Fox outlet has a video report.