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Reporter cuffed after Joe Miller town hall

Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, sits with his hands cuffed in a Central Middle School hallway after being arrested by private security, left, while he was trying to ask U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010. An APD officer, second from right, gathers information from the scene.
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Alaska Dispatch founder and editor Tony Hopfinger sits with his hands cuffed in a Central Middle School hallway after being arrested by private security, left, while he was trying to ask U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010. An APD officer, second from right, gathers information from the scene.
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Attorney John McKay, second from left, and Alaska Dispatch founder and editor Tony Hopfinger, right, talk to Anchorage Police after Hopfinger was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards while attempting to ask U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, in Central Middle School.
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Miller campaign spokesman Randy Desoto at the U.S. Senate republican candidate's town hall meeting at Central Middle School in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
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U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller held a town hall meeting at Central Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, where he fielded questions from the audience.
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Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the website Alaska Dispatch, was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards as Hopfinger attempted to get U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller to answer questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
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Sharry and Rex Miller listen to their son, U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller, as he spoke during town hall meeting at Central Middle School in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
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U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller held a town hall meeting at Central Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, where he fielded questions from the audience.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller held a town hall meeting at Central Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, where he fielded questions from the audience.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
Dawn Mendias, blue coat, questions U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller about his military service after a town hall meeting at Central Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
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Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, at right, talks with Anchorage Police and his attorney John McKay, second from left, after Hopfinger was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, second from right, talks with Anchorage Police and his attorney John McKay, second from left, after Hopfinger was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller held a town hall meeting at Central Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, where he fielded questions from the audience.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
An Anchorage Police officer walks with Tony Hopfinger, right, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, after Hopfinger was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
William Fulton, center, owner of the private security firm Drop Zone, threatens to arrest reporters who were trying to talk to Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, who sat nearby in handcuffs after being arrested by the security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
William Fulton, center, owner of the private security firm Drop Zone, threatens to arrest reporters who were trying to talk to Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, who sat nearby in handcuffs after being arrested by the security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
Drop Zone Security guards threaten to arrest media members who were trying to talk to Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the news magazine website Alaska Dispatch, who sat nearby in handcuffs after being arrested by the private security guards while trying to ask U.S. Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
Tony Hopfinger, founder and editor of the website Alaska Dispatch, was arrested and handcuffed by private security guards as Hopfinger attempted to get U.S. Senate republican candidate Joe Miller to answers questions as Miller was leaving a town hall meeting in Anchorage on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010.
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News
Craig Medred