Dick Cheney's historical revision, In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir, was the latest selection at an author lecture series in Vancouver on Monday. In honor of this rare visit from Bush's bionic henchman, a large crowd of protesters gathered outside the Vancouver Club. They grew increasingly unruly as the day went on (watch the protest grow in the above video), shouting down and blocking the entrance to guests who'd paid $500 for the privilege of hearing Cheney speak.

The protesters want Cheney tried as a war criminal for "authorizing and endorsing the use of water boarding and sleep deprivation against detainees while serving as vice-president in the George W. Bush administration." Days earlier, the Canadian chapter of Human Rights Watch urged the Canadian government to bring war crime charges against Cheney. [HuffPo]