New York

Vindication comes with check in the mail

Athens-Banner Herald
February 10, 2015

“I went down to the demonstration to get my fair share of abuse,” sang the Rolling Stones.

They could have been singing about New York during the Republican National Convention in 2004, when police used mass arrests against anti-war protesters who thronged the streets of Manhattan. More than 1,800 protesters, bystanders and journalists, including this writer, were jailed during the late-summer convention. I was arrested while doing my job of documenting a peaceful protest with pen and camera.

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