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Scene and Seen: 'Trust Jesus' Supporter Put in Handcuffs in Hollywood

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This is not what you expect to see on Halloween night, but so be it. Hollywood Boulevard last night was so packed--at one point, pedestrians were not allowed to cross Hollywood and Highland--that if expressing free speech was impeding the flow of foot traffic, the police asked you to move on. In this case, it appeared, a group preaching the Lord's word would not move on. After a few minutes of arguing with LAPD officers, the group's apparent leader was put in cuffs and either detained or booked.

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