Un-Occupy LA & PA… 292 Occupy LA Protesters Arrested in Camp Shut Down … Arrests in Philly to as Camps Shut Down as Well
UNOCCUPIED LA …
They were warned by authorities to leave the Occupy LA camps. Some listened, many did not. The Occupy LA protesters learned the hard way that there were consequences for their actions of disobeying the law . 292 protesters were arrested by police when they failed to follow the law and leave the Occupy LA camp.
Click on pic above for VIDEO of the shambles that the OLA protesters left behind
Los Angeles police said 292 people were arrested early Wednesday morning when they closed down the Occupy L.A. encampment.
A total of 290 people were arrested for failure to disperse. One person was arrested for interfering with an officer and another was arrested for battery on an officer. Bail was set at $5,000 for those who allegedly failed to disperse, and a spokesman for the protesters said most of them were prepared to make bail.
As stated at News Busters, some how nearly 300 arrests turned into a couple dozen as reported by CNN. But of course there is no bias in the liberal MSM.
UPDATE I: Police in LA, Philly raid Occupy camps.
Police in Los Angeles and Philadelphia stormed Occupy Wall Street encampments under darkness Wednesday to arrest or drive out some of the longest-lasting protesters since crackdowns ended similar occupations across the country.
The raid in Los Angeles came after demonstrators with the movement in Philadelphia marched through the streets after being evicted from their site. About 40 protesters were arrested after refusing to clear a street several blocks northeast of City Hall, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey. They were lined up in cuffs and loaded on to buses by officers. Six others were arrested earlier after remaining on a street police that police tried to clear.
The MSM uses the term “eviction” to describe what happened to the Occupy protesters. Sorry, this was not an eviction, the protesters were trespassing. The legal definition of eviction is, “the removal of a tenant from possession of premises in which he or she resides or has a property interest done by a landlord either by reentry upon the premises or through a court action.” Exactly what property interest did the Occupy protesters have of these areas that they took over, defaced and left in complete and total disarray?
More from the Gateway Pundit, LAPD Forced to Wear HAZMAT Suits to Clean Up 25 Tons of Filth at #Occupy LA. Take a look at the filth that these disgusting slobs left behind. UNREAL. These dirt bags should be charged for the clean up. A note to LA county … send the bill for the clean up HERE.
UPDATE II: 30 tons of debris left behind at City Hall tent city … yea just like the Tea Party. Sure they are. What a disgrace. This is the legacy of Occupy protesters, trespass on land, ask for other people’s money that they did not earn and then leave what you trespasses on in shambles.