Rockingham County, Va., police raided the offices of the student newspaper of James Madison University Friday, seizing photographs of a recent off-campus party that attracted thousands and was marred by arrests and violence, The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. Although the police had a search warrant, the Student Press Law Center is criticizing the raid as an inappropriate infringement on the freedoms of the student press.
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