A week after Wisconsin resident Thomas Savka made waves with his "HANG in there OBAMA" sign (he says it's intended as a message of support for the president!), Rochester resident Laura Mulholland has upped the ante.SEE ALSO: "Hang in there Obama" sign, adorned with noose, displayed on Wisconsin road ... More >>
The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that police acted reasonably when arresting 400 people en masse on September 1, 2008 during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul.Today's ruling affirms U.S. District Judge Paul Magnuson's 2010 decision to dismiss a lawsuit brought ... More >>
Bob Flecther, the former Ramsey Sheriff.Right before the Republican National Convention in 2008, Ramsey County deputies raided the homes and meeting space of six people preparing to protest the event.
Officers carted away boxes of books, pamphlets, leaflets, posters, stickers, and buttons--and f ... More >>
Samuels says Forte is leaving on his own terms.By Adam TurmanRocco Forte, the oft-controversial former Minneapolis fire chief, is leaving his administrative position with the city.
City Councilmember Don Samuels says Forte is resigning from his current job, which entails managing the city's ... More >>
City PagesFletcher provided these terrorism briefs to City Pages to prove he wasn't lyingFormer Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher has given City Pages a batch of documents he says are some of the terrorism briefs he has been accused of lying about creating.The documents--some marked "Confidentia ... More >>
Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now, filed a lawsuit against city and state officials Wednesday, accusing police of wrongfully arresting her during the Republican National Convention two years ago.Goodman and two of her staffers were arrested during the first day of the convention while cove ... More >>
The Ramsey County Attorney dropped two of the four charges against the RNC 8 today. The dropped charges: one count of conspiracy to commit riot in furtherance of terrorism, and one count of conspiracy to commit criminal damage to property in furtherance of terrorism.
Glenn David Dyer, 26, pleaded guilty today of first-degree criminal damage to property during the Republican National Convention. Dyer admitted her intentionally smashed the Macy's display window with a hammer.