Minneapolis / Maggie Koerth / Fivethirtyeight

When a police officer in Minneapolis drew a weapon on her, Maggie Koerth, a reporter for FiveThirtyEight, held out her press badge and put her hands in the air. “They kept pointing the weapon at us while we were doing that and one of them said, ‘Shut up.’”

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