St. Louis County won't drop spurious charges against journalists who were just doing their jobs.
A St. Louis County spokesman suggests community service is on the table in similar cases.
Police said Reilly "moved his belongings around in an inefficacious manner."
Wesley Lowery found himself inserted into the story of Ferguson during last year's protests when he was arrested by St. Louis Country Sheriffs' officers. The young reporter speaks on how the death of Mike Brown has impacted his work and how the moment changed things for him on the ground.
The Huffington Post condemns the charges filed by St. Louis County against our Justice reporter, Ryan J. Reilly, while covering
A police spokesman didn't comment. A St. Louis County spokesman said the counselor's office could not comment because the
Frank posted a video of the arrests on YouTube. Peinado is the woman in denim shirt who gets out of the car, and Lee is shown
4. Wesley Lowery did not fail to "obey" the police. Neither did our own Ryan Reilly (spelled R-E-I-L-L-Y), who was also arrested
This is how Lowery responded on CNN's "New Day": This is how Joe Scarborough reacted to video of the Washington Post's Wesley
The Washington Post uploaded video of its reporter Wesley Lowery being arrested by police in Ferguson, MO on Wednesday night
Huffington Post reporter, Ryan Reilly, describes arrest in Ferguson.
Speaking to MSNBC, Reilly told a similar story. He said that the officers "essentially acted as a military force." “I hope