Comment of the Day: What St. Paul ordinance says about Chris Lollie's arrest
Today's comment of the day goes to A_Concerned_Citizen, who provides some nice legal analysis of Chris Lollie's controversial arrest in a St. Paul skyway.
Citing a St. Paul ordinance, Citizen argues a First National Bank Building security guard had no legal basis for asking Lollie to leave his skyway seat, and therefore, police had no basis for getting involved either.
Here's the comment:
The document Citizen links to is the "General Policy Statement for the Construction of the Saint Paul Skyway System."
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