Four Christians were arrested by police in Dearborn, Michigan, for "disorderly conduct." See Hot Air. From the video below, the disorderly conduct charge appears to be merely offering religious literature to people who didn't want the material.
The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) is apparently representing the group of Christians -here is a statement from TMLC concerning the event:
The Thomas More Law Center, an Ann Arbor-based Christian legal defense organization, has agreed to represent four evangelists who were arrested on charges of disturbing the peace Friday night at the Arab International Festival.
Dearborn police officers violated their free speech rights when their video cameras, which were used to record conversations with festival-goers, were confiscated, said lead attorney Robert Muise…
Muise faxed a letter Monday to Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad requesting the return of his clients’ cameras and tapes.
The Police Department has not responded to Muise’s request.
Unfortunately, this is not the first incident in Dearborn; there was also trouble at last year's Arab festival, which you may read about here.
Watch the video below to see the cops in action.