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How the LAPD broke the law and you were denied the truth

An officer with no visible name tag jabs a protester being directed away from City Hall. After this photograph the officer swung his baton at my camera, hitting my hand instead. Photo Credit: Ken Scarboro / Editor in chief

Ken Scarboro

December 5, 2011

During the raid on Occupy LA the Los Angeles Police Department broke California law and Mayor Villaraigosa called it “perhaps one of the finest moments in the history of the Los Angeles Police Department.” An initial standoff between protesters and police started the night of Nov. 27 and cont...

Occupy L.A. still standing for now

Protestors and police face-off on First Street at nearly 5:00 a.m. Monday. Polie promise they would not make arrests inside the camp, requesting protestors clear the streets. Photo Credit: Ken Scarboro / Editor in chief

Ashley Soley-Cerro

November 29, 2011

Despite an eviction deadline of Monday at 12:01 a.m., Occupy L.A.’s encampment on City Hall lawn is still standing. The protesters, who have occupied the lawn for almost two months, filed a court order Monday morning requesting occupiers be allowed to continue camping. The court order, filed after protes...

City officials voice concerns about Occupy L.A. continuing

A little boy chooses a sign from a pile of protest signs on City Hall's north lawn in Downtown Los Angeles on October 8. Occupy LA participants are numbered at approximately 300 people of all ages. Kat Russell / Daily Sundial

Kat Russell

October 30, 2011

Occupy Los Angeles has staked out the lawns around city hall for almost one month, but last week Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said they cannot continue indefinitely and asked city officials to draft restrictions as to when people are allowed on city property. LAPD has not yet made a decision if...

Occupy LA debates becoming non-profit organization

Participants of all ages join the movement to Occupy LA on Saturday, October 15th. Simon Gambaryan / Daily Sundial

Braulio Campos

October 16, 2011

After the rock shows and marching was over, Occupy LA’s finance committee proposed organizing a 501 (c) (4) nonprofit organization in the name of Occupy LA at the group’s general assembly in front of city hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the proposal was tabled to be discussed at the group's next general assembly...

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