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CNN's Omar Jimenez and crew arrested, released while covering protests over George Floyd death

USATODAY.com Friday, 29 May 2020
CNN reports Omar Jimenez was arrested by Minnesota State Patrol even after calmly identifying themselves and showing their press credentials.
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"A black reporter from CNN was arrested while legally covering the protests in Minneapolis. A white reporter also on the ground was not," the news network tweeted.

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