The Rev. Jesse Jackson addresses a prayer service in Oklahoma City Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2001, where he called for an end to capital punishment in this country. Jackson was arrested at a peaceful protest later in the evening. (AP/J.Pat Carter)
(AURN) -- Rev. Jesse Jackson was arrested when he and 16 workers from the Illinois-based company Sensata protested the company allegedly moving jobs to China. Sensata is owned by Bain Capital.