Portalnd Chapter Files Law Suit Against City and Police Department

Graf, Alan; Kenar, Agatha
June 2003
Guild Notes;Summer2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the National Lawyers Guild Foundation Portland, Oregon Chapter's lawsuit against the police for their oppressive activities against anti-war protestors. Protests during President George W. Bush's visit to Portland; Police's use of pepper spray against the protestors; Tactics of intimidation used by the police.


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