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Old Apr 3, '12, 5:55 pm
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Default Occupy SF marchers take over vacant building

Occupy San Francisco has tried to do what Occupy Oakland failed to do on January 28. They took over an an abandoned building that belongs to the Archdiocese.


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Old Apr 4, '12, 5:00 am
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News Update

SFPD Raids Occupy SF-Held Building

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NBC Bay Area's Traci Grant reports 56 people have been arrested, with about 20 left inside, being processed. The arrests happened without any violence, although one protester jumped out of a second story window, to avoid arrest, but was not seriously injured.
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'Occupy' movement damages San Francisco Church’s property
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San Francisco's archdiocese is assessing damage to a Church-owned building intended to be a revenue stream for scholarships, following its takeover by “Occupy” activists who were arrested April 2.

“The building that they were in has a great deal of damage,” archdiocesan spokesman George Wesolek told CNA on April 3.

He described damage to the walls of the property belonging to the Sacred Heart Cathedral School – as well as “particularly offensive graffiti” left on the building's facade, reading “(expletive) the police pigs!”
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Old Apr 7, '12, 6:59 pm
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Once again the "occupy" anarchists demonstrate disregard for persons and property.
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