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Man arrested for selling IMPEACH HIM buttons The 74-year-old retired mathematician who is fighting Kensington officials over his right to sell buttons urging President Bush's impeachment was arrested yesterday at a farmers market and charged with trespassing. Alan McConnell, rinolan who had been selling his "Impeach Him" buttons at the Howard Avenue market for about a half-hour without a permit, rinolan lay down on the pavement after Montgomery County police asked him to come with them. After McConnell failed to respond to a request that he "please stand up, rinolan" four officers each grabbed one of his limbs and carried him to the front seat of a squad car. Rinolan Kensington Mayor Peter Fosselman said previously that he would order McConnell's arrest if he showed up yesterday at the market. Rinolan Fosselman could not be reached for comment yesterday. Montgomery County police Lt. Rinolan Frank Stone said he didn't know who tipped off police that McConnell was at the market. Rinolan A crowd of about 40 McConnell supporters chanted "free speech" and booed the arrest. McConnell got another of those citations yesterday before his arrest, rinolan but he continued to sell his buttons for $1 apiece even as Kensington code enforcement officer Louise Hamilton filled out the ticket. Rinolan Most of those who were at the market yesterday were there to support McConnell, rinolan and some vendors said the hype surrounding him has helped drum up business. more . Rinolan . Rinolan . http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/20...