The Star Tribune, on October 24, 2019, covered the arrest of one individual for violence against an exiting rally-goer after the October 10th Trump Rally in downtown Minneapolis, but many more experienced assaults and many witnessed the “official” police failure to intervene.
The Upper Midwest Law Center, Minnesota’s conservative public interest law firm www.umwlc.org, wants to talk to anyone who saw violence or police “stand down” episodes at or after the Rally. If we can get enough information, we will pursue civil legal action against the individual perpetrators and the Minneapolis politicians and left-wing organizations who are responsible for these actions and/or for the failure to enforce the law.
We especially want information which may help identify individuals: descriptions, names, company or organization logo jackets or shirts, police names, descriptions or badge numbers (to get to the higher-ups who issued the stand-down orders, not to harass the officers).
If you can help, email the Upper Midwest Law Center at email@example.com with a brief description of what you saw and how to reach you.
Thanks for your help.