San Francisco News
'Occupy SF' protesters concerned about raid
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 'Occupy' protestors at San Francisco's Justin Herman Plaza are waiting to see if they will be the next camp to be raided by police.
There are no signs of imminent police action. The camp is still very much entrenched with all of its tents, tarps and banners still in place.
A smaller camp of about 12 tents was raided at 101 Market Street by police officers at 1 a.m. Sunday morning. Six people were arrested in the process, but it was entirely peaceful. Barricades remain in front of the Federal Reserve Monday morning. Some of the campers have moved over to Justin Herman Plaza.
San Francisco declared the 'Occupy' encampment at Justin Herman Plaza a public health nuisance last week.
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