You may not even remember this, but about five months ago, Karl Rove was invited to American University by their College Republicans. It was very hush-hush, because the group wanted to avoid any protests, but word got out and there was an "incident." A few students tried to block Roves' car and it was reported that one student mooned the man behind "Bush's Brain." Police were called, it was caught for posterity on YouTube, and life went on. Here's what one of Georgetown's student had to say about that evening.
According to The Washington Post, the students have now been greeted, this first week of class, with subpoenas from the Secret Service and although not arrested at the time of the protest, have now been charged with several offenses including crossing a police line. They have accepted a plea deal to pay a fine of $100 each and will have an arrest on their record, but not a conviction.