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Two men ran onto the stage toward Olympic swimmer?Ryan Lochte?on?Monday night during the season premiere of Dancing with the Stars on ABC and had to be tackled by security.Lochte, the second-to-last performer of the night, had just finished his performance with partner Cheryl Burke when the men, wearing anti-Lochte T-shirts, jumped onto the stage.Los Angeles police said they arrested Sam Sotoodeh, 59, and Barzeen Soroudi, 25, both of Los Angeles, on trespassing charges. The two men had tickets but were not wearing the T-shirts when they entered the studio, according to police. The show is broadcast live from CBS Television City in Hollywood but airs on ABC.We want to publicize that this is a bad decision to have a liar be publicized as a star, one of the suspects was heard saying before being taken away by police.The men were released Tuesday morning after posting $1,000 in bail. No charges have been filed at this point. The men are tentatively scheduled for a court appearance on Oct. 4.?The incident occurred while judge Carrie Ann Inaba was speaking to Lochte and Burke. Inaba, suddenly distracted, could be heard on the television broadcast saying, Excuse me. Hey, back off. Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. Off, off. Excuse me.Shadows of people racing toward the stage could be seen on television. Host Tom Bergeron was heard off camera saying, Wow, OK, before sending the show to what appeared to be an unplanned break. Behind Bergeron, both Lochte and Burke appeared flustered by the incident.Security personnel tackled the two men and took them away from the set, along with four or five women from the audience who appeared to be part of the impromptu protest, according to ABC. Police were called, and the two men were placed under arrest.When the show returned from break, Bergeron said they had to go to commercial because they had a little incident, and he thanked the shows security for its fast response.A 12-time Olympic medalist, Lochte, 32, was banned for 10 months from domestic and international swimming competitions after an incident at a gas station in Rio de Janeiro during the Olympics turned into an international story. Lochte changed his story, from initially saying he was robbed at gunpoint to then recanting and apologizing.After the show, Lochte said, We thought it was a joke, something part of the show, but when we realized it wasnt, that hurt, that broke my heart, that people are still on that subject and no ones moving forward.Burke added, I was just shocked. I didnt know if they like had anything, had a gun, I dont know what would have happened. ... My hearts racing. I thought I was really nervous for our dance, but this is just a whole other thing right now. This is insane.Burke said she was hurt for Lochte and that she hoped people would give him a chance.The Lochte scandal from Rio was briefly mentioned both by Bergeron and the swimmer in a recorded segment that aired before the performance. Lochte said during the piece that he was hoping to use Dancing with the Stars to show the world he had changed.After the incident on the broadcast, Lochte told Bergeron he was doing good, and Bergeron followed up by asking him, When there is that strong emotion, what does it make you feel like?So many feelings are going through my head right now, Lochte said. A little hurt but, you know, I came out here and wanted to do something that Im completely not comfortable with and I did, and I came out here with a big smile and I had the best dance partner.The judges assured Lochte multiple times that they were there to judge only his ballroom dancing.Derek Hough, one of the other professional dancers, told People magazine that when the two men moved onto the stage, he also ran to the stage and yelled, Get them out of here!This is my home, and I was just so shocked that people would come here and be so negative, Hough, 31, told People. This is a safe place for people to learn a new skill and seek redemption or start a new chapter in their life, and thats what Ryan is trying to do. Cheap Adidas Stan Smith . -- Matt Ryan needed one of the best games of his career to lead the Falcons and their depleted offence out of their three-game losing streak last week. Authentic Adidas Stan Smith From China . 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SAN ANTONIO -- Minnesota Lynx players did not wear T-shirts supporting the Black Lives Matter movement ahead of Tuesdays game in San Antonio after four off-duty police officers walked away from security jobs at a Lynx game over the weekend because of the garb.The shirts worn before Saturdays game in Minneapolis against the Dallas Wings listed the names of two black men fatally shot by police in Minnesota and Louisiana. The shirts also showed the Dallas police shield above the phrase Black Lives Matter. Five officers in Dallas were fatally shot last Thursday by a sniper during a protest over the two slayings.Lynx spokeswoman Ashley Carlson says the players would not be wearing the BLM clothing in San Antonio.The Lynx organization was made aware about the concerns of the off duty Minneapolis police officers, the team said. While our players message mourned the loss of life due to last weeks shootings, we respect the right of those individual officers to express their own beliefs in their own way. ... We continue to urge a constructive discussion about the issues raised by these tragedies.In a statement Tuesday, Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said while the officers were working security on behalf of the Lynx, she expects all officers to adhere to our core values and to honor their oath of office when wearing a Minneapolis police uniform.Walking off the job and defaulting on their contractual obligation to provide a service to the Lynx does not conform to the expectations held by the public for the uniform these officers wear, Harteau said.Minneapolis Police Federation President Bob Kroll told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune (http://strib.mn/29zD4qo ) he commends the officers. He says they took their names off a list of officers to work future games.In aa post on her Twitter and Facebook accounts Tuesday, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges called Krolls comments jackass remarks.ddddddddddddet me be clear: labor leadership inherently does not speak on behalf of management. Bob Kroll sure as hell doesnt speak for me about the Lynx or about anything else, Hodges wrote.On Sunday, the New York Liberty wore similar black T-shirts addressing the recent shootings.We do need people to stand up and understand and express that black lives are just as important as any other lives in America, and right now thats not being seen, Liberty guard Tanisha Wright said.New Yorks Swin Cash had stronger words.I think its a shame that we keep seeing people that want to make this movement as something thats violent, said Cash, who repeatedly hit the lectern with her fist and whose voice cracked while speaking. Five cops gave their lives up trying to protect a peaceful movement. And in this country, I do believe that you can assemble peacefully and protest against injustice. So until the system transforms, we cannot sit here and act like there is not a problem here in America.Many athletes have expressed frustration and anger over the recent police shootings, including NBA players Damian Lillard and Carmelo Anthony and Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury.LeBron James and other basketball stars made news in 2014 when they wore T-shirts reading I cant breathe to protest the death of Eric Garner at the hands of police in New York City and five members of the St. Louis Rams made the Hands up. Dont Shoot! gesture before a game in reference to the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by police in Ferguson, Missouri. ' ' '