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Youth from Oakland High march to Courthouse to support arrestees.
by MC
Friday Jan 9th, 2009 7:04 PM
On Friday January the 9th, youth marched all the way from Oakland High to the Oakland Courthouse to protest the massacre in Gaza and the execution of Oscar Grant by the Bart Police. Afterwards everyone marched to downtown Oakland. During the march the protestors chanted “no justice no peace, so fuck the police!”

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Channel 2, choose to interview the only person around who did not support the protest. While random people who were coming to court approach the protest and show appreciation this guy told us we need to go home. I yelled at him for being a sellout, and then I yelled at the camera guy for being such a biased journalist. I managed to interrupt the interview so I gauss fox news will not have the usual “protesters are bad and radical” coverage.
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§marching through downtown Oakland
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§move!
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§OPD
by MC Friday Jan 9th, 2009 7:04 PM

OPD is keeping busy while on the job!

Comments  (Hide Comments)

by sc
Friday Jan 9th, 2009 8:13 PM
hey, speaking of supporting the arrestees does anyone know what is going on with this? i would love to see coordinated defense and people raising money for the rebels.
by api
Friday Jan 9th, 2009 10:02 PM
those cops look like there in a trance that says they control spatial ''reality''...thats their dreamstate! they need a wake up,lets hope its not chaotic!
by berkeley
Wednesday Jan 14th, 2009 12:04 PM
"It's fundamentally contradictory to stand up for justice and then dispense injustice," Dellums said. "You can't operate on both planes. You can't walk both sides of the street."