Minnesota Police Using Communist Tactics – Detaining and Photographing Press

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U.S. District Judge Wilhelmina Wright issued a temporary restraining order Friday prohibiting police at the protests in Brooklyn Center from arresting journalists or using force against them, including flash-bang grenades, nonlethal projectiles, pepper spray and batons, unless they know the person committed a crime. The order also prohibits police from forcing reporters to disperse along with the rest of the crowd and from seizing their equipment. “We condemn the actions of the police in Brooklyn Center in the strongest possible terms,” USA Today Publisher Maribel Perez Wadsworth said in an email to The Associated Press on Saturday. “Requiring journalists to lie prone on the ground and photographing their credentials are purposeful intimidation tactics. To be clear, we will not be intimidated or deterred in fulfilling our First Amendment right and responsibility to hold power to account in our reporting.”

Minnesota Police Using Communist Tactics – Detaining and Photographing Press

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26 thoughts on “Minnesota Police Using Communist Tactics – Detaining and Photographing Press

  1. U.S. District Judge Wilhelmina Wright issued a temporary restraining order Friday prohibiting police at the protests in Brooklyn Center from arresting journalists or using force against them, including flash-bang grenades, nonlethal projectiles, pepper spray and batons, unless they know the person committed a crime. The order also prohibits police from forcing reporters to disperse along with the rest of the crowd and from seizing their equipment. “We condemn the actions of the police in Brooklyn Center in the strongest possible terms,” USA Today Publisher Maribel Perez Wadsworth said in an email to The Associated Press on Saturday. “Requiring journalists to lie prone on the ground and photographing their credentials are purposeful intimidation tactics. To be clear, we will not be intimidated or deterred in fulfilling our First Amendment right and responsibility to hold power to account in our reporting.”

  2. Let’s hope that all these protesters go into your neighborhood and protest an d vandalize your house. Who you gonna call? ghost Busters? You’re calling the same police to protect you that you’re protesting about. Frigind Hippocrits.

  3. so if the protesters carry a cellphone and are recording , are they the press also.? the " press" is breaking the law by breaking the set curfew . or dont the press have to follow that law either.

  4. they want your name your address and your photo so they can come and get you later. They will be out to get every last one of these people…. TEN SOLDIERS AND NIXONS COMING WE ARE FINALLY ON OUR OWN. and the one yelling stand back!! STFU pig he was standing back you just mad because he know you had no fing right to take photos of their shit!! Stupid ass cop!!! and LT Said it we are using it to track people!!! there it is some straight up bullshit! From oath violating scum bags. Im a veteran i took the oath also…. Difference between me and them, I HAVE NEVER ONCE DISHONORED THE OATH OR THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY!!! Fing loser ass police of Minnesota.

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