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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Video: Police beating Berkeley students, young women

Police beat students at Occupy Berkeley, Wed., Nov. 9, 2011: Updated with three videos, identification of officers

Watch video of police beating Berkeley students, jabbing women with their batons. Alameda Sheriff Deputies have been identified attacking students, see photos below. One deputy, Felix, was reported beating a woman on the ground. Alameda Sheriff Deputies, based in Oakland, were also present the night when Marine Scott Olsen was shot in Oakland.

RT News coverage:
More video:
Photos of university police and Alameda County Sheriff officers beating students:

Imgur website: Identifying police officers who beat Berkeley students:
Here's what I've got so far based on whats been uploaded to youtube.
  • G. Chavez
  • F. Buschhueter
  • S. Miller
  • C. Medeiros
  • T. Rodrigues
  • A. Williams
  • L. Monahan
  • R. Florendo (#45)
  • H. Bennigson (#53)
  • N. Miller (#32)
  • S. Lachler (#38)
  • L. Wong (#88)
  • A. Tucker (#13, Sargent)
  • #73 - Zuniga
  • #89 - Koh
  • #95 - Hernandez
If you identify any officers not listed here, please take a screenshot and let me know in this thread, and I'll update the list. I suggest you download the highest quality videos you can (use or something similar) and go through them frame by frame until we have all names and badge numbers. If you have any video or photos of yesterdays brutality, please upload them immediately, even if you don't think it's much. You'll be surprised what a single frame can show the world. As always, stay peaceful.


Who Shot Scott Olsen?
Also see at Censored News: "Who shot Scott Olsen?" Photos and videos of officers positioned in front of Olsen with riot shotguns and other weapons in Oakland.
Olsen, Marine and member of Iraq Veterans against the War, suffered a skull fracture when hit with a projectile and is currently hospitalized and unable to speak:


Akwesasne to Pine Ridge: Wednesday's photos

Skennentaia'kwa: Hawi

Akwesasne Mohawks journey to Pine Ridge and Rosebud lands in South Dakota. Mohawk families sharing with Lakota families. They have delivered a semi-truck load of supplies in time for winter. Photos by Neddie Katsitsiaiohne, with computer technician Scottie Ryan Hill/Skennentaia'kwa: Hawi
Neddie Katsitsiaiohne: "We will be getting the rest of the donations to different areas today, we are at the last part of the donations. Everyone was so happy to get the donations, the blankets most were new, and sheets still in the package. The baby clothes went really fast. All the young mothers were very pleased and happy to have warm winter clothing for the families."

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