Two protesters were arrested Saturday in McLean, Va., during a demonstration at the house of former Vice President Dick Cheney, according to the Code Pink protest group.

On its Facebook site, the group said about a dozen activists went to the house as part of what it described as a protest marking the 13th anniversary of torture at the U.S. government prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

The Facebook site said two of the dozen were arrested.

It could not be immediately determined whether Cheney was at home.