NYPD 2004 RNC Arrests Ruled Illegal By Federal Court Judge

(RT)   New York Federal Court ruled that a huge chunk of mass arrests issued by the NYPD were unconstitutional. The arrests in question took place at the Republican National Convention in 2004, and the police actions there resulted in 1,800 detained – the most ever during a political convention in the US. RT’s Liz Wahl has the details on the update to the case.


One Response to NYPD 2004 RNC Arrests Ruled Illegal By Federal Court Judge

  • EIGHT F*CKING YEARS it took to get the court to decide this????
    That’s, effectively, letting them get away with it.

    Who was it who said "justice delayed is justice denied?"


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