Scott C. Johnson

Oakland Tribune

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Reporter for the Oakland Tribune

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Police in riot gear from Oakland and seven neighboring cities lined up to  evict protesters  occupying the City's Frank H. Ogawa Plaza at 5am this morning.

'Occupy Oakland' Is Over, at Least for Now

Police in riot gear from Oakland and seven neighboring cities lined up to evict protesters occupying the City's Frank H. Ogawa Plaza at 5am this morning.

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