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....... [note] oops! I spelled Austerity wrong in the video...... This vidoe is also posted on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/RLvJeU_V8ZI [20 minute video]
Unpermitted March does not mean the police can now hurt the people for public safety!?
This is a video with clips taken from the recent 2.14.13 unpermitted One Billion Rising March, recently in Portland in which the police treated peacefully the unpermitted marchers *this time.
In contrast: There is out-takes added from May Day 2012 and from the N3 Austerity march in 2012 that were both unpermitted marches... where folks who were protesting were then pepersprayed, blocked and tackled by the police. [while in the street trying to march]
Former Black Panther Angela Davis speaks to a standing room only theatre at Laney College in Oakland California.
Undercover Officers infiltrate the School of America's Watch pre vigil concert Every Year. This year was no different... except the citizen journalist revolution smacked them upside their head by following them everywhere they went to insure no one was injured by them.
More Video from this years SOA HERE
This week: 1. LMFAO 2. 2012 hottest year ever 3. Romney's and Obama's pipe dreams 4. Keystone Xl Blockade in Texas 5. Benjamin Netanyahu's coke problem 6. Nobel War Prize 7. Spanish loot supermarkets 8. Parliament surrounded in Madrid 9. Molotov cocktails party in Athens 10. Savage Fam 11. Will Potter's "Green is the New Red"
A few days after Oakland Police violently raided the Occupy Oakland camp using tear gas, stun grenades, rubber bullets, batons etc against unarmed protesters Occupy Oakland marches against police brutality in solidarity with New York, Denver, San Diego, Austin, Egypt, Greece, Chile, and every other city rising up against the corruption and police violence.
Oakland residents respond to an early morning raid by the Oakland Police Department ordered (or at least OK'd) by Mayor Quan resulting in over 100 arrests (according to The "legal team")
For the fifth week in a row, activists gathered in downtown San Francisco to protest BART over police shootings and the agency's ongoing strategy to stifle dissent. Although protests against BART began shortly after Charles Hill was gunned down by a BART police officer, the momentum quickly died down. But when BART boasted to the news media that they had silenced a protest by shutting down cell service in the tunnel, it ignited a new call for protest under the banner Anonymous.
On August 29, members of Anonymous called for a third weekly protest against the BART administration's decision to cut cell service to stifle protest and the recent shooting death of Charles Hill.
If you like this trailer, please visit my page at policetapethemovie.com to find out more about seeing the full documentary. Police Tape is a half-hour film that examines the impact of police recordings over the past two decades. The film features a ride-along with one of the first Oakland police officers to test out the new cameras, the story of an artist facing up to fifteen years in prison for recording his own civil disobedience, and the Aiyana Jones tragedy, in which the hunt for a murder suspect led the death of a 7-year-old girl. Winner of the 2011 Reva and David Logan Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting.
The Seeds of Peace & Everybody's Kitchen buses were, for the 3rd time forcibly relocated. After Monday nights parking citation for parking on the sidewalk, hours of inspecting the safety inspections The mobile free kitchens got a late night wake up call when told that they had to leave by NOON Tuesday. Here's that story. DONATE http://www.seedsofpeacecollective.org
Four people protesting Massey Energy's mountaintop removal mining practices were arrested Wednesday after linking their arms together with plastic pipe and duct tape, briefly blocking a private road to Massey's Boone County headquarters.The Boone County sheriff charged the four men, who range in age from 22 to 80, with trespassing, destruction of property, failure to obey lawful command, conspiracy and resisting arrest. The sheriff says the makeshift roadblock nearly caused an accident as cars backed up to nearby US 119 in heavy fog. Standup. One of those charged was 80-year-old Roland Micklem, 80, of Savannah, N.Y. Deputies also busted Joseph Hamsher; James McGuinness, and Fred Williamson.
A fifth person detained and charged after the protest was described by Climate Ground Zero as an independent videojournalist who goes by the name FluxRostrum. Cops called him Gianni Lapis and charged him with trespassing, conspiracy and failure to obey a lawful command. The latest protest comes just two days after a huge pro-coal rally that Massey helped sponsor.