The arrested everyone they could (700 in total). Without regard for what they were doing. In at least one case, they arrested someone who was not part of the protest. (He stepped out of a restaurant just in time to be picked up.)
The settlement would pay those arrested in 2003 and charged up to $15,000; anyone arrested but not charged could get up to $8,750; others detained on the street for more than 90 minutes before being released could receive up to up to $500, Mogul said.So have they learned their lessons? The Chicago Police maintain they are ready for this summer. Probably a good reason to stay out of the city.