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Published on Oct 17, 2010
On October 15th, I was detained walking around in downtown Minneapolis after a police officer recognized me - and tried to investigate me as a possible "graffiti suspect".
During this first encounter, they brought a copy of a photo of me taken at a recent protest against the FBI raids on anti-war activists outside the 111 Washington Ave. building aka the location of the Minneapolis FBI offices. They then ID me - and mention something about "security trespassing" despite the fact that I only walked by the building on the public sidewalk. I'm warned that they know who I am.
On the very next day, October 16th, when I was also walking in the downtown area, another cop pulls up besides me after stating he "recognized me" but then tells me that I'm free to chalk the public sidewalk area around the 111 building.