Ironically enough, the best anti- Occupy videos continue to be uploaded onto YouTube by the Occupiers themselves. Below, is raw video from #OccupyOakland’s weekly anti-police march to UC Berkeley , last Saturday.
An Occupy friendly website, The Berkeley Daily Planet reported:
By the time the marchers, fifty strong, reached the basement of university police headquarters at the south side of Sproul Hall, the FTP theme was at high pitch, and it perseverated. (sic)
Three UCPD officers positioned themselves outside the doors of their headquarters, which are located beneath a flight of stairs to the ground floor. The stairs to the headquarters were barricaded.
That the protestors were not going to f*ck with the police now seemed likely. But then, the police seemed uninterested in f*cking back, anyway.
At 2:46, you hear one of the occupods shamelessly taunting the assembled cops.
“Notice the pattern? You put the helmets on and now there’s more animosity – you’re creating a security problem with your behavior…” At which point another occupier chimed in with “You take your fu*king gun gun and stick it up your ass!” And another voice bellows, “That’s right, motherfu*ker!”
Because it’s the cops who have the behavior problem…..
Occupy Oakland, once again, winning hearts and minds:
Some collateral damage due to #OccupyOakland’s anti-police activities:
(SFGate) — Residents of the tranquil Berkeley hills were in shock Sunday after police described a horrific slaying, with a homeowner beaten after confronting a young man – an apparent stranger – who had trespassed onto his property.
Authorities did not identify the victim, but neighbors and public records indicated that the owner of the home where the Saturday night killing occurred was Peter Cukor, 67, who owned a logistics consulting firm. His family declined to talk.
Shortly after the attack outside the large home near Tilden Park, a Berkeley police officer found Daniel Jordan Dewitt, 23, of Alameda, less than a block away. Dewitt was booked on suspicion of murder, and was being held Sunday without bail.
Dewitt suffers from mental illness, said his mother, Candy Dewitt.
The victim had called police on a nonemergency line after first seeing Dewitt, according to sources familiar with the case. But police were busy monitoring an Occupy Oakland march to UC Berkeley, and officers were dispatched only to high-priority calls.