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Views of the News Preview: Kansas Newspaper Raided

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Sherman Smith, Sam Bailey, Rachel Mipro & Tim Carpenter, Kansas Reflector: “Police stage ‘chilling’ raid on Marion County newspaper, seizing computers, records and cellphones

Clay Wirestone, Kansas Reflector: “Powerful voices speak up for Kansas paper after shocking raid. Meanwhile, where’s the affidavit?

Sherman Smith, Kansas Reflector: “Police defend raid on Kansas newspaper amid blacklash over ‘brazen violation of press freedom’

Kathy Kiely, Kansas City Star: “Raid on Marion County, Kansas, newspaper shows why would-be tyrants fear journalists

Steven Lee Myers & Benjamin Mullin, New York Times: “Raid of small Kansas newspaper raises free press concerns

Ramon Antonio Vargas, The Guardian: “Kansas newspaper police raid: co-owner dies after becoming ‘stressed beyond her limits’

Sofia Andrade & Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “After a police raid on a Kansas newspaper, questions mount

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Opinion: A small town in Kansas is at the heart of a fight for press freedoms

Sarah Moon, CNN: “Police raid Kansas newspaper office and owner’s home, seize records and computers

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AMY SIMONS teaches news literacy, multimedia journalism and advanced social media strategies.