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Rich Sallinger's protest warehouse story goes viral

Channel 4's Rich Sallinger.
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It didn't take long for Channel 4 investigator Rich Sallinger's report about a warehouse where police plan to take protesters if there are mass arrests at the Democratic National Convention to move beyond the station's website. Alex Jones, a filmmaker and talk-show host, is among those spreading the word via videos like the one below, which combines Sallinger's piece with excerpts from an August 13 Rocky Mountain News article, images of Nazi prison camps, and a soundtrack borrowed from David Bowie: "This Is Not America."

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