Sunday, October 2, 2011

'Alex Jones Show' Reporter Is Furious Over G-20 Arrest

PITTSBURGH (CN) - A reporter for conservative radio's "The Alex Jones Show" and filed a federal complaint over his arrest while covering the 2009 G-20 Pittsburgh Summit and resulting protests.
     Rob Dew says he was arrested while "openly wearing press credentials and carrying a professional grade video camera," then imprisoned for over 12 hours and "forced to sit outdoors in cold and rainy weather, despite wearing only a tee-short and shorts."
     The "pandemonium" broke out at on Sept. 25, 2009, the second and final day of the conference, in which 20 finance ministers and central bank governors meet to discuss the financial markets and world economy.

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