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Last Friday, the City Corporation of Oakland hosted a four day ‘Urban Shield‘ conference in which SWAT teams and other militarized police troops from around the globe came together to trade best practices on fighting...

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On January 11th, 2013, The Tla’Amin community hosted a number of events on Coast Salish Territories, Powell River, BC in support and solidarity with the Idle No More movement. What is the Idle No More...

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While the city of Oakland prepared for what they portrayed to be a riot on October 25th, San Francisco officials didn’t seem to be publicly worried about the riots expected to follow the Giant’s World Series win....

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A collection of tweets put into blog form by @PunkBoyInSF As I watched @jeanquan aka @QuanFace and @oaklandpoliceca’s chief Goodfella HoJo on the news this morning asking for the community’s help in helping the city...

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In 1962, President Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15th as a national day to celebrate and remember fallen police officers. The surrounding week would become known as “National Police Week,” which some can...

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More than 100 people were able to shut down a military recruitment center in Fremont, CA on Friday afternoon during a protest aimed at removing all US troops from Afghanistan. A diverse group of Afghans,...

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In order to get “tiny amounts” of marijuana, cocaine & prescription drugs out of a local high school in the central valley town of Exeter, 22 year old rookie narcotics officer Alex Salinas infiltrated student groups and took advantage of the built up trust established with his...

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Once again the Oakland Police Department has proven themselves to be unworthy of serving and protecting the community of Oakland after Officer Cesar Garcia shot twenty-four year old Tony Jones, a cousin of Oscar Grant, in the back...

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When undercover police agitators attack…

March 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

I’m originally from Louisiana and, when I went home to visit family for Thanksgiving break, one of the most eagerly anticipated activities on my to-do list was to visit Occupy NOLA. I grew up in...

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There has been a lot of talk about federal receivership for the Oakland Police Department in the past few weeks, and considering much of the readily available content online via YouTube, various blogs, and live...

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