Occupy Oakland Camp

November 22, 2011 by staff 

Occupy Oakland Camp, Occupy Oakland protesters have moved onto a vacant Oakland lot they say is being foreclosed.

Late Monday night the group announced in a text message that they had moved to a private lot at the corner of 18th and Linden streets in West Oakland.

About 10 tents and 30 protesters were set up on the lot Monday night. The nearby two-story home is being foreclosed and the protesters told the Associated Press they have permission to be on the lot.

The camp went up less than a day after roughly 100 protesters were moved out of the final Occupy Oakland camp. Days after clearing out Frank Ogawa Plaza and another vacant lot, police told campers at Oakland’s Snow Park early Monday that they too had to move out.

Demonstrators at the new camp said they intended to camp at the vacant lot for the foreseeable future.

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