39 Arrested At Uc Berkeley Occupy Camp

39 arrested at UC Berkeley Occupy camp

Dozens of protesters were arrested on the campus of UC Berkeley, where university police moved in to break up an Occupy Berkeley encampment.

Senh: You know it's just a matter of time before the Occupy movement gets to Berkeley. I'm surprised it's taken this long.

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