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march of stolen lives
by wick
Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 9:45 PM
the police were in effect. it seems they have been trained mroe and their organizational level has drastically increased. we need to match that. we need people also.

here's my eyes...
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§this guy wanted to gas you
by wick Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 9:45 PM

later on during the march when nobody on the march side could see homeland security was very sly in pulling out a gun that looked alot more impacting than o.p.d.'s. i have pictures further on.
§this was waiting around the corner
by wick Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 9:45 PM

when the turn on clay happened
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§homeland security folks
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§look up they had you from above also
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§he was released about 15-20 minutes later
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Comments  (Hide Comments)

by ...
Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 10:57 PM
is a friend or relative of Andrew Moppin, killed by OPD exactly one year before BART killed Oscar Grant
by anonymous
Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 11:14 PM
Don't let them overpower us, we have to keep it going at full force.
by @
Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 11:30 PM
When's the next protest? We need to have at least one next week. Where's that CAPE organization been at?
by O100
Saturday Feb 7th, 2009 11:35 PM
Visit supporttheoakland100.wordpress.com to stay up to date on how you can continue to support those arrested in the Oakland Rebellion.
by ?
Sunday Feb 8th, 2009 9:44 AM
This is really sad. We need more people. Its just not safe. When they out number you like that.
by ..
Sunday Feb 8th, 2009 1:12 PM
there have been people force drugged by mental health police staters.remember ,even if youre non violent .they want to drug you.fascism is being shown.you must show them you wont stop for any reason.they are a death squad.its a silent takeover,death is silent.stalk them
by Anonymous
Sunday Feb 8th, 2009 1:46 PM
We have to have something planned soon in my opinion... I mean the killer was released.
by some dates set
Sunday Feb 8th, 2009 6:31 PM
there are plenty of things coming up, starting with being out there tomorrow/monday at the courthouse on 661 Washington for more of the Oakland 100 hearings at 9am.

tuesday, Public Safety Committee, at 5:30PM, Oakland City Hall, Hearing Rm. 1. (they are wanting to consider a youth curfew in light of the demos)

wednesday, 7pm, Town Biz meeting w/POCC at the Black Dot in West Oakland.

thursday, 9am BART board meeting at 300 lakeside (CAPE is mobilizing for this, NJNB is delivering demands).

more events on the calendar: http://nojusticenobart.blogspot.com/

we are also trying to figure out when pig Mehserle's pre-trial hearing is. it is scheduled sometime this friday, but the "Inmate Search" website has been "down"; seems shady to me, but in any case, folks should keep checking it periodically: http://www.acgov.org/sheriff_app/inmateSearch.do
by .
Monday Feb 9th, 2009 9:02 AM
Are the Homeland security police cars just a type of backup for regular police departments, that are at work every day?
At the 2005 WTO protest in the Mission district, the sequence of decisions or behaviors by the department was unusual compared with other San Francisco protests (Greg Suhr commanding the response that day). After having something like 100+ officers initially following closely and trying to keep people on sidewalks, they arrested someone for bringing a loud stereo. Then the police all went back to the station except for a few officers. What I couldn't understand is whether Suhr really believed that the protest had dispersed and gone home, or couldn't find them over at the BART station. Then, about 10 minutes later when there was a fight with some regular patrol officers who had driven towards the group at high speed in a panicked fashion, among the first backup officers to respond were these DHS police. They both had that Dept. Homeland Security vehicle, and (to Josh Wolf on tape) were saying 'I'm a fed, don't mess with me'. So many wondered whether they are some sort of support group, just waiting in a coffee room at one of the stations to respond when there is a shortage of regular police.