Police attacks on the press during protests are not unique to the Trump regime. During the Baltimore Uprising in April 2015, the police seemed to specifically target photographers, and I filmed them as they knocked down and trampled Baltimore City Paper's photo editor, J.M. Giordano. I screamed over and over again "He's a photographer, he's press," and eventually they let him go, but not before giving him a few bruises. Another photographer was arrested that same night, and two days later, a freelance photographer, Sean Carrier, was shot with a rubber bullet in the head and held in jail for two days, even though he identified himself as press. He never received medical attention, despite a concussion.