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U.C.L.A. Protesters Had Metal Pipes and ‘Occupation Guide,’ Police Say

🌈 Abstract

The article discusses the arrest of over 40 pro-Palestinian protesters at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus. The protesters were found to have various items, including metal pipes, bolt cutters, super glue, and literature on occupying buildings, suggesting they intended to occupy a campus building.

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[01] Protesters Arrested at UCLA

1. What items did the protesters have in their possession?

  • The protesters had several metal pipes, a pair of bolt cutters, super glue, padlocks, and a long chain.
  • They also had literature that included "The Do-It-Yourself Occupation Guide" and the "De-Arrest Primer."

2. How many people were arrested, and what were they charged with?

  • Police initially arrested 44 people and charged most of them with conspiracy to commit a crime.
  • 35 of the arrested individuals were UCLA students, and 4 had also been arrested on May 2 when the police shut down a pro-Palestinian encampment on campus.

3. What happened to the journalists who were arrested?

  • Two local journalists were among those detained, but they were released without charges after being taken to a Los Angeles Police Department jail.
  • The police said the journalists did not have press credentials.
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