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Attorney responds to arrest of protestor

Pensacola, Florida – July 2, 2020 – Attorney Chris Klotz issued the following statement on behalf of Jason Uphaus, the protestor arrested after falling onto a…

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Breaking news: PPD arrests protestor

Inweekly has learned that the Pensacola Police Department has arrested Jason Uphaus for a misdemeanor. Uphaus was under investigation for hopping on a vehicle that…

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Exclusive interview on anniversary of the shooting of Tymar Crawford

The July 2 issue of Inweekly:   Other articles on Tymar Crawford: Justice for Tymar Community Reacts to Grand Jury Report

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Driving cars into protestors on the rise

On Saturday, June 6, Jason Uphaus, who was attending a Black Lives Matter protest at Graffiti Bridge, made news when he was carried on the…

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Inweekly: When the City is Crying

This week’s issue

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Studer asks city to remove Confederate monument

June 10, 2020 Mayor Grover Robinson City of Pensacola 222 W. Main St. Seventh Floor of City Hall Pensacola, FL 32502 Dear Mayor Robinson and…

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Grover and the Confederacy, Southern heritage

Past debates over Pensacola’s Confederate flag displays offer some insight into Mayor Grover Robinson’s reluctance to deal with the city’s Confederate monuments. He saw the…

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Jacksonville mayor removes Confederate statue; Pensacola petition nears 12K signatures

Early Tuesday morning, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry ordered city workers to remove the bronze statue of a Confederate soldier that had been displayed in downtown…

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Protesters: ‘We will not be going anywhere’

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Protesters encamped near Graffiti Bridge are being told by city officials that they need to relocate to a different location. The…

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