CNN CREW ARRESTED LIVE, RIOTERS HAVE RAZED AN ENTIRE POLICE DEPARTMENT, ITS THE WORST I'VE EVER SEEN
This young man generally over-estimates his own judgment, but sometimes his childishness is intolerable. How can he claim that the police involved in arresting the reporter must be fired, when he has not even asked why the camera crew was arrested in the first place? He says the reporters "almost always" do what they are told by police in such circumstances -- should he not ask whether this was one of the exceptions, before calling for an officer to be dismissed?
The first Amendment protects both the press and free exercise of religion. Why are his standards so different in response to police "just following orders" in suppressing the one in contrast to the other?
A broader and more seasoned perspective would improve Mr. Pool's commentary.