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What happened in Oakland on Saturday: Good information on the Occupy Oakland situation

Many people are questioning what happened with Occupy Oakland on Saturday, January 28th. Below is some information, including a fairly objective article from The Christian Science Monitor, and a link to the bail fund for folks who want to help the occupy activists who were arrested.

(excerpt from) The Christian Science Monitor
Weekend violence in Oakland: Is Occupy movement back, or broken?
Has the Occupy movement abandoned nonviolence? Oakland protesters and police issue contradictory accounts of clashes that led to hundreds of arrests and several injuries.

by Gloria Goodale / January 30, 2012

…Dan Miskulin, a contractor from San Francisco, describes a situation that many caught up in the action tweeted, texted, and blogged – saying that the police created an impossible situation for the protesters. According to these reports, police in riot gear surrounded the protesters, repeatedly funneling them into first a park and then an area by the YMCA from which they had no exit…

Occupy Oakland Bail Fund
as linked to at Occupywallst.org
att wepay: here.

A video of some of the police tactics. Taken from a window above by a regular community member (not an occupy activist):

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