The... bizarre... line is in the second graph:
Immigration Dissent Sweeps L.A. and the Nation
By Michael Muskal, Times Staff Writer
4:06 PM PDT, May 1, 2006
More than 300,000 undocumented workers and their supporters demonstrated today in Los Angeles and flexed their political and economic muscles in support of an overhaul of national immigration policy.The demonstration was smaller than the weekend rally that attracted half of a million people to City Hall in March. But tens of thousands more demonstrated in the city's neighboring areas and a protest now underway along Wilshire Boulevard was drawing thousands more....
... Those congregating in front of City Hall had marched blocks through downtown, where seldom is anyone seen walking.
The march to City Hall started at Olympic and Broadway and marched the length of Broadway until it reached City Hall. So this writer is saying they marched down the heart of Broadway, where - he claims - no one is ever walking.
Now to say that people are seldom seeen walking in any part of downtown is clearly not true - but to state that seldom is anyone seen walking along Broadway - one of the most pedestrian packed streets in the entire city - is something so mind-staggeringly wrong ... it could only be found written in the Los Angeles Times.