Oakland Police Raid on Occupy Oakland Raises Serious Questions

Oakland Police Raid on Occupy Oakland Raises Serious Questions ( from ACLU)

Oakland Police Raid on Occupy Oakland Raises Serious Questions ( from ACLU) Click here to read the article at ACLU)

From ACLU:
The ACLU of Northern California and the National Lawyers’ Guild demanded a full investigation of Tuesday’s events. The groups also asked OPD to immediately produce records about the use of force in responding to the early morning raid of the Occupy Oakland encampment and the evening demonstration. The public has a right to transparency and accountability, and yesterday’s events are no exception. The ACLU-NC is also urging people to email the Oakland Police Department calling for transparency and an end to excessive use of force.

Reports of OPD’s conduct raise serious questions about whether it violated its own policy on dealing with demonstrations.

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2 responses to “Oakland Police Raid on Occupy Oakland Raises Serious Questions

  1. The Policy requires the police to use the minimal “transparency” needed to address a crowd management

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    • I hope after you have read their policy, oyu even more realise the enormity of the situation, including request that the mayor resign (even though she insist that she had little to do with these actions, Yeah right!). I hope that Olsen lives, and is not left with crippling complications like epileptic seizures (to name only one) requiring a life time of expensive daily medication which can be obtain only with prescription and if you’re lucky to have any health insurance. That of course if the seizures can be controlled with medication.

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