- Episode 47 – Police Use Teargas, Rubber Bullets, Handcuffs On Reporters Covering George Floyd Protests
Episode 47 – Police Use Teargas, Rubber Bullets, Handcuffs On Reporters Covering George Floyd Protests
In a special live episode, Mike Morse and Kevin Dietz talk to two Detroit reporters who are in the middle of the Detroit anti-racism protests, BridgeDetroit Senior Reporter, Louis Aguilar and Detroit News Reporter, Christine MacDonald. MacDonald was detained on May 31st briefly due to filming an arrest. She highlights how reporters can be targeted by cops because the cops believe they are reporting negatively about them. They talk about their experience in the crowds and their opinions on city curfews. Both reporters have unique perspectives on the situation and give useful historical context.
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