Jackie Robinson stadium in LA used as 'field jail' in protests
Los Angeles (AFP) - A stadium named after Major League Baseball's first black player was used by Los Angeles police to detain anti-racism protestors, triggering criticism Wednesday from the university that runs the venue.University of California Los Angeles said it was "troubled by the accounts that Jackie Robinson Stadium parking lot was used as a 'field jail' to process protestors.""This was not done with UCLA's knowledge or permission," it said in a statement. "LAPD has vacated the property and we informed them that future use as an arrest processing center will not be granted by UCLA."An o...