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Monday, November 21, 2011

Photos AIM West San Francisco Nov. 21, 2011

Clyde Bellecourt

AIM West Conference

Mary Jean Whitehorse


Clyde Bellecourt, Chief Terrance Nelson
and Mary Jean Whitehorse

AIM West Coast Conference, San Francisco, Monday, Nov. 21, 2011. Photos copyright Christina Akaquiqui. Thank you Christina for sharing your photos with Censored News!
The conference continues today, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Click link for schedule:
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2011/10/aim-west-coast-conference-schedule-nov.html
Sorry, neither Earthcycles or Censored News could make it to the AIM conference because of health and financial reasons.

Massive Crowd at UC Davis outrage over cops pepper spraying students

                                    Monday, Nov. 21, 2011: Crowd now at UC Davis. Photo by Joe Jaszewski via Twitter.

UC DAVIS NOW ABOVE: Gathering to oppose pepper spraying attack. The photo was taken with Stewart's helium balloon using a point-and-shoot camera and a smart phone took video of the crowd. The crew: Stewart, Liz, Michele, and Alex.


Also see: UC Davis English Dept. wants Chancellor to resign, campus police disbanded:
http://english.ucdavis.edu/
In other Occupy news, a pregnant woman pepper sprayed by police in Seattle had a miscarriage:
http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2011/11/21/pregant-woman-blasted-with-pepper-spray-by-spd-reportedly-miscarries

PHOENIX Shut down ALEC on Nov. 30, 2011



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Anonymous: 'Op Pig Roast' goes after PERF

#OpPigRoast
TARGET: POLICE EXECUTIVE RESEARCH FORUM (PERF)
Posted online by Anonymous
REASON:
Do we really need to explain ourselves much here? PERF assisted in organizing and coordinating the recent raids on Occupy encampments nationwide in the United States. We couldn't sit idle while we watched our brothers and sisters being beaten, gassed, and sent to hospitals for exercising fundamental rights and essential liberties that were bestowed on them by their Constitution.
PERF organized in an assortment of law-making decisions over the past few years. From how to deal with immigration, homicide law, and even how to police on a nationwide scale, this “research forum” is the epitome of a paid, special interest police-body.
That being said, sit back, grab some popcorn and enjoy the ride. And remember, don’t dox and drive.
Read more: http://stickypaste.com/view/11514726
VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FEI7zCIpCmI