Comment of the Day: Arrested for what?
Minnesota is one of about two dozen states that doesn't have a "stop and identify" statute, meaning you aren't legally obligated to provide your name to law enforcement officers here.
Combine that with the point raised in today's Comment of the Day, and it's hard to figure out why Chris Lollie was roughly arrested by St. Paul cops.
Here it is:
Arrested for resisting arrest... sounds like something straight out of Orwell's dystopia, doesn't it?
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