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Minneapolis, St. Paul Police Agree to Pay $100k to Settle Lawsuit After Arrests of Amy Goodman, Producers of Democracy N

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The St. Paul and Minneapolis police departments, along with the U.S. Secret Service, have agreed to pay $100,000 in compensation as part of a settlement in a federal lawsuit filed after the inappropriate arrests and detentions of journalist Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! and two of her producers at the 2008 Republican National Convention. The settlement also includes an agreement that the St. Paul police department will 'implement a training program aimed at educating officers regarding the First Amendment rights of the press and public.'

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