Mar 10, 2021 · DES MOINES, Iowa – Andrea Sahouri, the Iowa journalist who was arrested as she reported on racial justice protests last summer, was found not guilty in a case that drew widespread condemnation from...
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© Provided by The Guardian Police officers are shown arresting Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri after a Black Lives Matter protest she was covering on 31 May 2020 in Des Moines, Iowa,...
Mar 11, 2021 · Des Moines Register Reporter Andrea Sahouri hugs her mom Muna Tareh-Sahouri after being found not guilty at the conclusion of her trial, on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at the Drake University Legal...
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Mar 17, 2021 · The Des Moines Register is asking the Des Moines Police Department to investigate the circumstances surrounding the 2020 arrest of its reporter Andrea Sahouri.
Des Moines Register Reporter Andrea Sahouri hugs her mom Muna Tareh-Sahouri after being found not guilty at the conclusion of her trial, on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at the Drake University Legal...
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Mar 10, 2021 · Andrea Sahouri is the Des Moines Register correspondent who was arrested while covering the protests of Black Lives Matter after the murder of George Floyd on May 31, 2020. Talking about her case update, she attended her first trial on Monday (March 8, 2021), where her attorney defended her while claiming she was assaulted while doing her job.
Jul 14, 2020 · Andrea Sahouri, a 24-year-old news reporter, was charged with interference with official acts and failure to disperse after Des Moines police detained her on May 31 as she fled a demonstration near...
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Andrea Sahouri Wiki – Andrea Sahouri Bio Iowa journalist Andrea Sahouri, who was arrested while reporting on racial justice protests last summer, was found not guilty in a trial that received widespread condemnations from journalism and free media.
Mar 07, 2021 · Andrea May Sahouri is a breaking news reporter to Des Moines Register. The reporter was arrested while covering news live on Twitter in Des Moines, Washington, on the BLM protest last year. Later, Andrea went on to Twitter to confess on a video that the police had pepper-sprayed her.