More journalists arrested, released in Ferguson

On Sunday night, Sports Illustrated's Robert Klemko, the Telegraph's Rob Crilly and the Financial Times' Neil Munshi tweeted that they'd been arrested by police in Ferguson, Missouri.

Klemko explains:

Crilly also tweeted that he'd been arrested.

Here are some tweets from Munshi:

If you're following what's happening on Twitter, Sunday night has been rough. Many reporters have tweeted that they've been tear-gassed (along with the public, including reports of one child.)

Akilah Johnson is a reporter with the Boston Globe:

Jesse Walker is an editor at Reason magazine:

Christopher Hayes is the host of MSNBC's "All In":

Tony Chambers is a photojournalist with KSDK:

Stephanie Diffin is also a journalist with KSDK:

Kyung Lah is a correspondent with CNN:

Rob Edwards is a producer with KSDK:

Here's the live stream from KARG.

On August 13, Poynter's Andrew Beaujon reported that Huffington Post reporter Ryan J. Reilly and The Washington Post's Wesley Lowery were arrested in Ferguson.


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