Church Leader, Olympics Have High Alcohol Level
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The leader of Germany's Protestant Church may need a driver to her next public appearance. Margot Kaessmann was arrested for drunk driving, with a blood alcohol level more than triple the limit. She might fit right in at the Olympics in Vancouver. So many rowdy people jammed Vancouver last weekend that officials ordered alcohol sales to stop at 7 o'clock. Since then, crowds were better behaved, and police moved "last call" back to 11 o'clock - for now.
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