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Anarchist Photographs of May Day in Sacramento
A crowd of (police estimate) 15,000 to (organizers estimate) 40,000 marched in sacramento. Here are photographs from an anarchist contingent to the immigration rights mayday march and rally.
15,000 to 40,000 people marched from southside park and downtown and converged upon the state capitol in one of Sacramento's largest rallies ever. It is most definately Sacramento's largest May Day march in the history of the city. The day was extremely positive for everyone, despite the fact that police singled out and targeted the peaceful anarchists as soon as they entered the capitol grounds. They were surrounded, photographed, videotaped, and at least one independent journalist covering the blatant harassment was detained and forced to give ID. (The reason for that detention was for failure to show ID. Papiers, bitte!) Regardless, many connections were made and the police were publicly humiliated in several instances by the crowd. The faces in these photographs have been blacked out to prevent law enforcement from collecting political information on participants in the anarchist contingent.
one of the many anarchist banners
en route from southside
police getting nervous
another anarchist banner
marching with banner
protection from the sun
black flag waves, sinister capitol looms
en route on capitol mall
flags en route
chp begins to surround peaceful anarchists in the crowd
this fat one calls for backup
this ugly one fondles his tazer as he creams his pants
this one is ugly beyond belief
this one wasnt held enough as a child
here are the pigs with binocular cameras spying on the crowd
little does this piglet know, he is about to be speared through the face by the giant on that horse
videotaping anarchists having a picnic. the world is now much safer.
surrounding the anarchist picnic. who farted?
peanut butter and jelly for the people!
hundreds of peanut butter and jelly bagel sandwiches were made and passed out for free to anyone who wanted one. water was also given to marchers to avoid dehydration.