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Report: Police Went Undercover to Watch Occupy LA – Even though All Occupy meetings were public and open

December 3, 2011

We see you. Ok but I wasn't hiding...

It was easy said one officer; “it wasn’t like they were hiding or anything.” Asked why they needed the 12 undercover officers to infiltrate “open meetings”: “well at first we weren’t sure they were open, so we infiltrated them, you know, to be sure.”
Nearly 300 people were arrested during the pre-dawn raid at City Hall Park.
Police are downplaying the significance of the undercover work since Occupy meetings were public and easily tracked.

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