Understanding the Black Bloc
January 30, 2015
Modern-day anarchists have targeted many high-profile events in recent years to incite violence and chaos. For example, the "Occupy Wall Street" movement began in Zuccotti Park in New York City's financial district in September 2011, with an easily palatable message against corporate greed and an "us versus them" mentality separating the common
Occupy Wall Street Protester Convicted of Assaulting NYPD Officer
May 6, 2014
The last of the Occupy Wall Street protesters to go on trial could face seven years in jail after she was convicted Monday in New York of assaulting a police officer.
After a four-week trial, Cecily McMillan, 25, a graduate student, was convicted of felony second-degree assault for elbowing New York police Officer Grantley Bovell in the face as he led her out of Zuccotti Park
Oakland Pays Occupy Protesters $693K to Settle Excessive Force Claims
December 12, 2013
The Oakland City Council has agreed to pay more than $693,000 to settle two lawsuits filed by Occupy Oakland protesters who alleged they were the victims of police brutality, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The city authorized paying Army veteran Kayvan
Driver Shot After Hitting California Officer with Truck
August 5, 2014
officer, and hit that officer with his vehicle as he fled, police said.
Other officers at the scene fired at the suspect vehicle as it smashed into several parked police motorcycles and a shuttle bus, police said. The shuttle bus was not occupied by fair-goers at the time of the shooting.
The injured officer suffered non-life threatening injuries
Rough Occupy L.A. Arrest
November 30, 2011
Video footage surfaced Wednesday showing showing the rough arrest of a man in the Occupy L.A. camp who is seen shouting at officers in a combative posture.
Oakland Cop Discusses Occupy Role
November 14, 2011
Oakland Police Officer Fred Shavies responds to claims that he infiltrated the Occupy movement by participating in protests.
"Anonymous" Hackers Threaten Albuquerque Police
March 27, 2014
The loosely organized group known as Anonymous released a cryptic video Wednesday strongly denouncing the March 16 police shooting of a homeless man in the Sandia foothills. The group urged the people of Albuquerque to “occupy” Albuquerque Police headquarters on Sunday
Occupy: Clearing the Camps
January 23, 2012
Are you ready for your YouTube moment? Some law enforcement agencies are and some are not.
The various "Occupy" demonstrations and college campus protests in recent months, beginning with "Occupy Wall Street
Tales of the Occupation
February 17, 2012
The Occupy Movement protests—the 99% vs. the 1% in Occupy terms—commenced last September in the Wall Street financial district and soon spread across the nation. Targeting Wall Street, banks, CEOs, and the federal
Bratton Defends Failed NYPD Twitter Campaign
April 24, 2014
The department had asked its Twitter followers to post photos of themselves with the police using the hashtag #myNYPD.
But most users instead dredged up the worst photos they could find, including from Occupy Wall Street clashes, the New York Post reports.