I'm not certain this is unprecedented, however, in a  WGRZ News report, there's a CNN Reporter who watched the arrest of his fellow colleague and states that "he's never seen anything like this before"... Have you?

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The Minnesota State Patrol tweeted the following, which prompted a swift disagreement from CNN News (below), according to the WGRZ Story:

"In the course of clearing the streets and restoring order at Lake Street and Snelling Avenue, four people were arrested by State Patrol troopers, including three members of a CNN crew. The three were released once they were confirmed to be members of the media."

CNN Responded:


The American Civil Liberties  Tweeted this according to WGRZ:
WBLK's Yasmin Young

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