Heavy Security Brings Delays for Inaugural Crowds

A demonstrator hit by pepper spray

A demonstrator hit by pepper spray fired by police has water poured into his eyes on Pennsylvania Avenue several blocks from the White House, Jan. 20, 2005 Reuters hide caption

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This year's inauguration saw unprecedented security measures, with strict rules and inspections at checkpoints. Despite some scuffles and problems with crowd control, the ceremony was free of major disruptions.

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