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Catholic priest Carl Kabat, one of the original Plowshares Eight, appeared in Kansas City Municipal Court for splashing red paint on the door of the Honeywell plant in South Kansas City. "It's a place of death," Kabat says. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
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