ST. JOSEPH, Mich. – The St. Joseph County Department of Public Safety have summited their report for the alleged racism incident at the Karsl Art Fair.
The incident took place on July 10 between a news photographer and a group of artists.
Nicholas Gun 18 was at the event taking photos for the Benton Spirit Community Paper.
Gunn reports he was being harassed and started recording the confrontation.
The video shows the group of artists degrading, pushing him and shouting at Gunn.
Gunn described the event as humiliating and the downiest he has ever felt.
No physical injuries were reported and the incident remains under investigation.
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