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"They even confiscated my megaphone."
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The two men have since been charged with failure to pay, and obstructing police.
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Star reporter Alex Evans was threatened with arrest by a Northern Rail staff member. A spokesman for the firm said: "Members of the media must have written permission from the train operator which manages the station before undertaking any filming on station property. Under no circumstances are Northern Rail employees to be filmed without prior agreement."
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"A placid and calm gentleman was roughly manhandled. I am angry and shocked. The police are meant to protect elderly people."
Readers online were mixed in their views. Poster Micketh said: "Thank goodness the police are now doing their job. This has gone on long enough."
"We are just peaceful protesters and we are being treated like criminals.
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"As a result two people were arrested on suspicion of travel fraud and obstructing a police officer and the investigation into these alleged offences is ongoing.
Two men, aged 65 and 64, were handcuffed, arrested and bundled away by British Transport Police officers prompting outrage from Sheffield Disabled People Against The Cuts and Barnsley Retirees Action Group.
The Star's reporter Alex Evans was threatened with arrest under the Terrorism Act and made to delete video of protesters on the platform. (See Opinion, Page 14) .
passed out with breathing difficulties on the platform.
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Protesters were at the station after travelling without paying from Meadowhall to the city centre in their latest 'Freedom Ride'. The group, a mix of elderly and disabled people, were campaigning against cuts to travel passes.
Jen Dunstan, of Sheffield Disabled People Against The Cuts, said: "Dozens of elderly and disabled people have been left with bruising. Some have cuts where their skin has broken from being pushed and shoved.
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Fran Postlethwaite, aged 62, the wife of another of Nike Training Leggings the campaigners, from Barnsley, said: "My husband was arrested by British Transport Police for absolutely nothing.
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"He was completing a peaceful protest and doing nothing at all wrong and he was violently manhandled by police officers.
A spokesman for British Transport Police confirmed: "We were called upon to assist rail staff dealing with issues relating to an ongoing protest.
"Clearly, we are still in the very early stages of all investigations and it would be inappropriate to comment further until we have been able to speak to all parties and clearly establish the facts."
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But Gb1973 said: "I know the gentleman has obviously done wrong but, I'm sorry, he is still a pensioner. The police were too heavy handed with him."
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George Arthur, aged 64, and Tony Nuttall, 65, have been charged with failure to pay and obstructing police.
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"A number of separate incidents arising from these arrests, and involving police, have been brought to our attention. We are in the process of fully investigating these and will speak to all those involved.
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