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Minnesota police arrest CNN reporter and camera crew as they report from protests in Minneapolis
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CNN May 29
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CNN May 29
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“It didn’t make any sense to me,” law enforcement analyst Charles Ramsey says about the arrest of a CNN team in Minneapolis who had clearly identified themselves as press. “…There’s no way something like that should occur.”
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CNN May 29
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A black reporter from CNN was arrested while legally covering the protests in Minneapolis. A white reporter also on the ground was not.
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CNN May 29
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CNN calls the arrest of its team in Minneapolis “a clear violation of their First Amendment rights”
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CNN May 29
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This is how the situation unfolded as a CNN crew was taken into custody amid protests in Minneapolis early on Friday morning:
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CNN May 29
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.: “Law enforcement in Minneapolis had the audacity…to arrest a reporter of color while doing his job and following command, but the...officer who put his knee in the back of the neck of a man and choked him for 8 minutes is still free to walk around."
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CNN May 29
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has apologized for the arrest of a CNN reporter and camera crew and says he will have them released. “It was totally unacceptable.”
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CNN May 29
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The CNN crew arrested while covering protests in Minneapolis has now been released from custody
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Ben Groß May 29
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Goodbye America, nice knowing you
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Gamerpro May 29
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