Occupy LA Arrests
November 28, 2011 by staff
Occupy LA Arrests, In Los Angeles, protesters defied the mayor’s early Monday deadline to vacate their encampment near City Hall until police moved in about five hours later, cleared them out and arrested four people.
In Philadelphia, protesters said they planned to try to hold down their encampment outside City Hall on Monday, a day after a city-imposed deadline passed for them to leave to make way for a $50 million renovation project. The city has asked the protesters to move to another site across the street, but said they won’t be able to camp there.
In Davis, protesters called for a strike of the entire 10-campus University of California system Monday as protesters organize in advance of the University of California Board of Regents meeting.
The Davis protesters are targeting the Board of Regents because of its proposed austerity plan for the university system in the face of massive budget shortfalls in California.
The regents, fearful of being a flash point for protests, have canceled their in-person meeting originally scheduled for San Francisco and instead opted for video conferencing. They plan to take public comment from four UC campuses, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Davis and Merced.
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