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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSpringfield, Virginia - October 11, 20131. Mid - truck with flag in back driving by, honkingAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYCollege Park, Maryland - October 11, 20132. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "It's the ride for the Constitution. We're tired of the government not following the Constitution, not following the oath of office like they pledged to, just like I did when I joined the military. They expected me to do when I was in the military. We expect them to do it while they're in office. They're not doing it. And we're tired of it." This country's going downhill and it's hurting the economy bad. And we're just tired of it. I mean, that's the bottom line. We're just tired of it. And hopefully, we'll get more support out here." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSpringfield, Virginia - October 11, 20133. Mid - truck driving by - shot of flag flying4. Wide - commercial truck with flag flying and pickup truck with #T2SDA written in back5. Mid - driving shot of truck with sign saying "#T2SDA ImPeach"AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYCollege Park, Maryland - October 11, 20136. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "Twice, we got pulled over. Or, one of our drivers got pulled over. One time, we was blocking all the lanes at 15 mile an hour and they didn't like that. So we gotta leave one lane open and we gotta stay at 40 mile an hour. AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSpringfield, Virginia - October 11, 20137. Mid - guy driving behind truck8. Mid - driving shot of trucks driving - flags flying in the backAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYCollege Park, Maryland - October 11, 20139. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "And they nailed one of our supporters that joined us..."10. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "...later this morning. 11, SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "Uh, they pulled him over out here on 495 for... 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Lavy, trucker protesting government shutdown: "I don't know. They got him for 39 mile an hour." STORYLINE:Virginia state police say they stopped four tractor-trailer drivers participating in a protest convoy on the Capital Beltway outside Washington.Police say the drivers were pulled over after they began driving side-by side across all four northbound lanes of the Beltway in Fairfax County shortly before 9 a.m. Thursday, slowing traffic to about 15 mph. Officers warned the drivers not to impede traffic and did not write any tickets.Police say a convoy of about 30 trucks began traveling north on Interstate 95 from Doswell, Va., on Friday morning. The truckers are circling the Beltway.Organizers say the truckers are protesting unconstitutional actions by the federal government, including the health care overhaul and the Patriot Act. They are calling for President Barack Obama to be removed from office.Truckers and those who support their cause were asked to write "#T2SDA (Truckers to Shut down America) on their vehicles to demonstrate solidarity with the group. (****END****)