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'That freedom-of-the-press stuff'

"I don't want to hear about any of that freedom-of-the-press stuff."

That's what the cop is said to have told the reporter when he stopped her and demanded I.D. She says she gave it to him and told him she was working on a story. Whereupon, she says, he threatened to arrest her. Obviously, he was not overly concerned about that pesky

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