University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Goodman, et al. v. St. Paul, et al."
Date May 10, 2010
Author Center for Constitutional Rights
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Abstract Through pre-emptive raids and mass coordinated actions, local and federal law enforcement interfered with the media’s ability to report on public protest, civic engagement and on law enforcement’s activities around the 2008 Republican National Convention (RNC) in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. Law enforcement authorities arrested, questioned, detained and even brutalized journalists who were simply doing their job—covering the RNC and the protests around the Convention.
Source Center for Constitutional Rights

This Resource Relates To
case Goodman v. St. Paul (PN-MN-0002)

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