Snapshots of Soviet America: The Rita Hutchens Story (Teaser)YouTube
Aug. 19, 2013
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Rita Hutchens, a middle-aged quilt artist from Sandpoint, Idaho, experienced the dreaded "midnight knock" -- the hallmark of a totalitarian police state -- as part of a Soviet-style campaign of official persecution. Her "offense" was to seek redress for being assaulted by a police officer in what was ruled to be an illegal arrest. (This is the teaser for a full-length documentary.)