Thursday, February 2, 2012

Occupy oakland protesters

  • OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Oakland police used tear gas and flash grenades Saturday to break up hundreds of Occupy protesters after some demonstrators started throwing rocks and flares at officers and tearing down fencing.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • Occupy Oakland is aptly named. When forces occupy a city, they know that occupied turf is not their home. They can maraud, loot, vandalize, abuse the locals, and then leave. They can treat other peoples property as their own.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Oakland police have started making arrests as a protest involving an estimated 2,000 Occupy protesters has turned violent.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • In an ongoing duel of videos, Oakland police released footage showing Occupy Oakland protesters breaking into City Hall on Jan. 28, then burning a U.S. flag.
  • (Contra Costa Times)
  • Authorities beat and violated the rights of people arrested Saturday during Occupy Oakland demonstrations police armed with rubber bullets and tear gas clashed with protesters hurling projectiles and rocks.
  • (Inside Bay Area)
  • About 80 Occupy Denver marchers took the downtown streets Sunday night with new chants and new faces after weeks of a sparse attendance on the sidewalk near their former site at Civic Center park.
  • (Denver Post)
  • Occupy Oakland is aptly named. When forces occupy a city, they know that occupied turf is not their home. They can maraud, loot, vandalize, abuse the locals, and then leave. They can treat other peoples property as their own.
  • (Orange County Register)
  • In the aftermath of the mass arrests of Occupy Oakland protesters-- and whoever else happend to be on the wrong street at the wrong time-- on Jan. 28 in Oakland, there have been loads of reports and rumors about brutality inflicted on those arrested.
  • (San Francisco Guardian)
  • A total of 409 people were arrested Saturday during an Occupy Oakland demonstration that devolved into clashes between police and protesters.
  • (NBC Bay Area)

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