Conn. cops shock suspect who claims he's V.P. Cheney


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By Daniel Tepfer
Connecticut Post Online

STRATFORD, Conn. — A man claiming to be Vice President Dick Cheney led authorities on a high-speed chase through town Monday night, colliding with a patrol car before he was shocked with a stun gun and arrested, police said.

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