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Girl vs. State Cops At CA Capitol
by Labor Video Project
Friday Mar 9th, 2012 8:10 PM
A girl who joined the March 5 Occupy The Capitol protest was nearly run over by highway patrolmen on horses. Governor Brown and the legislature mobilized over a thousand police to protect themselves.
Girl vs. State Cops At CA Capitol
An eight year old girl from Modesto came to the March 5, 2012 protest and occupation
for education. She was nearly run over by Governor Brown's California Patrolmen on
horses who pushed away any person that had a sign on the public state Capitol grounds.
According to the police a permit is needed to have a sign on the state capitol grounds although
this violates the Federal Constitution.
The girls father was arrested and deported when he demanded proper pay for his
job and her teacher is threatened with getting pick slipped. This is girl, her mother
and brother spoke out on what they face in California in 2012.
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§The mother of the Modesto girl nearly run over speaks out
by Labor Video Project Friday Mar 9th, 2012 8:10 PM
The mother of Alandra speaks out about the attacks they face from the deportation of her husband, the pink slipping of the their daughter's teacher and the police charging her and others on horseback.
§Protecting the people?
by Labor Video Project Friday Mar 9th, 2012 8:10 PM
The Democratic legislature and the Democratic governor had a major mobilization of police to stop protesters from having an ongoing rally on the Capitol grounds. Apparently they were one upping Wisconsin governor Scott Walker. The police were prepared to violently attack peaceful protesters.