I did a quick google blog search to see who linked the Infowars arrest video and this search page stood out:
To-may-to, to-mah-to. I don't think either side came off well in this. One reason there was such a crowd around Goeas was that three Rudy spinners–Goeas, former Massachusetts Gov. Paul Celucci, former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich–were bunched up together in one spot. That's an odd way to enter the spin room if you're a frontrunning campaign, and it wasn't how McCain's and Romney's spinners did it. That added to the chaos and the sense that Goeas was "trapped" and needed a security assist.
At the same time, Lepacek was acting like a guy who wanted to get arrested. Reporters getting quotes in the spin room simply don't hog the spinners or ask them to take 10 or 20 minutes to sit down and watch a video. You can argue that spin rooms are bullshit anyway, and that a little gonzo journalism that makes these candidates' staffers sweat is the only legitimate approach to a farce. But the staffers and the people who made them available are obviously going to bring the hammer down.