Police in the heavily Arab Detroit suburb of Dearborn say they arrested four Christian missionaries for disorderly conduct at an Arab cultural festival.Here's also a video of the arrest, and note how the police demand of one of the bunch not film the arrest:
Police Chief Ron Haddad says his department made the arrests Friday. The four are free on bond.
As the name of the chief of Henry Ford's burg suggests, he too could be a Muslim, making Dearbornistan one of the first places where Islamisation of the police could be a serious problem, just like in Britain. And their confiscation of cameras to keep this off record shows this is a lot worse than it looks.
The Detroit News says:
The Thomas More Law Center, an Ann Arbor-based Christian legal defense organization, has agreed to represent four evangelists who were arrested on charges of disturbing the peace Friday night at the Arab International Festival.When this comes to court, the evangelists must ask for a lot of damage repairs.
Dearborn police officers violated their free speech rights when their video cameras, which were used to record conversations with festival-goers, were confiscated, said lead attorney Robert Muise…
Muise faxed a letter Monday to Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad requesting the return of his clients’ cameras and tapes.
The Police Department has not responded to Muise’s request.