BALTIMORE - Gestapo tactics?
City of Baltimore clerk of court Frank Conaway blasted city officials Thursday for arrests and barring procedures at city hall.
In a written press release, he stated he has hopes city officials will study their current procedures and issue apologies to those arrested and not admitted to city hall.
"I was awe-struck and amazed while reading the Sun Paper article revealing Gestapo tactics which are being used at City Hal," Conaway said.
"As Clerk of the circuit court, I can't imagine myself barring people or having them arrested as long as they are not misbehaving. I hope that City officials will study their arrest and barring procedures and have an open policy for all citizens. Apologies should go out to those people that were arrested and not admitted to our City Hall."
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