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Occupy San Diego, San Francisco Raided

Occupy San Diego, San Francisco Raided

Reports from the Occupy San Diego Facebook page say that more than fifty officers of the San Diego Police Department and approximately fifteen San Diego County Sheriffs raided the occupation’s encampment early this morning.  Law enforcement was in riot gear.

The protesters at the Civic Center Plaza were not ordered off the grass before the raid happened.  Tables, signs, sleeping bags and other possessions were impounded in the raid and the police did not allow the occupiers to remove anything other than what was on their back.

Approximately ten people were arrested and several protesters were hit and pushed around.

The occupiers are holding an emergency general assembly right now by the Star of India on Harbor Drive.  People are encouraged to join them and discuss the next steps in this revolution.

A report by NBC Bay Area states that SFPD raided parts of Occupy San Francisco early this morning too.  Seven were arrested and eleven tents were taken down.

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Patrick Gokey, Wisconsin native, is a United States Navy veteran residing in San Diego, California. He possesses a degree in computer network security and works as an IT Technician for R3 Strategic Support Group in Coronado, CA. Patrick is a co-founder and web developer for Soldiers for the Cause, a member of San Diego Veterans For Peace, and volunteers as a technical consultant for the Southern California-based nonprofit Veterans 360. He provides web development, SEO, Internet marketing, writing, and consultation services on his website PatrickGokey.com.

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