First the bronze effigy, and now this? Berkeley takes its protesters very seriously. The Berkeley City Council voted this week to revise city law to invalidate any trespassing charges against a person "exercising freedom of speech" on outside property owned by a public entity -- such as the University of California. This applies to regular coppers and UC police alike. Hark, tree-sitters! A call to action, perchance? [ABC7]
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