CNN African-American reporter interviewed Mingzhou riots and was released an hour after being arrested
CNN African-American reporters were reportedly handcuffed and taken away in front of the camera when they were reported online on the morning of the 29th. They were released about an hour later. (Taken from CNN YouTube channel)
In Minneapolis, Minnesota, an African-American man was killed by a white policeman’s neck, leading to three days of demonstrations. CNN’s African-American reporter was arrested by the police during a live report on the morning of the 29th and was released about an hour later. The governor of Mingzhou apologized for the misunderstanding.
Governor’s press conference scene:
CNN reporter Omar Jimenez (Omar Jimenez), photojournalist Mandez, and director Kokos reported on-line at about 6 a.m. EDT on the 29th, and was handcuffed away by the police in front of the camera. About three hours later, the three were released. Governor Words apologized for this, saying that the police were clearing the streets to restore order.
Video source: YouTube CNN channel
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