Oakland, Cal brace for Occupy troubles

In Oakland, city leaders continued to move toward a final clearing of the encampment that they dismantled on Oct. 25, only to allow protesters to rebuild


By Carolyn Jones
The San Francisco Chronicle

OAKLAND — Protesters, police and public officials in the East Bay were preparing Sunday for what they expect to be a tumultuous week in the Occupy movement, with a police raid of a tent city outside Oakland City Hall expected as soon as this morning and a UC Berkeley walkout planned for Tuesday.

In Oakland, city leaders continued to move toward a final clearing of the encampment that they dismantled on Oct. 25, only to allow protesters to rebuild. On Sunday, officials issued their third eviction notice to the campers at Frank Ogawa Plaza, who mostly ignored it.

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