BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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A federal appeals court ruled July 8 that a woman pepper-sprayed at the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protest in Berkeley can sue.
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A federal appeals court ruled July 8 that a woman pepper-sprayed at the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protest in Berkeley can sue.
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Robles, who is a conservative, came to Berkeley on Feb. 1, 2017, to see Milo Yiannopoulos speak. She alleged that she was assaulted at the event with pepper spray and “struck” by flagpoles, according to court documents. She also alleged that defendant Raha Miradbal — who Robles claims is a member of "antifa," a term for anti-fascist groups — shone a flashlight in her eyes “to incapacitate” her and other Yiannopoulos supporters so others could “physically assault them.”
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Robles, who is a conservative, came to Berkeley on Feb. 1, 2017, to see Milo Yiannopoulos speak. She alleged that she was assaulted at the event with pepper spray and “struck” by flagpoles, according to court documents. She also alleged that defendant Raha Miradbal — who Robles claims is a member of "antifa," a term for anti-fascist groups — shone a flashlight in her eyes “to incapacitate” her and other Yiannopoulos supporters so others could “physically assault them.”
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Protesters Dylan Cooke, Lewis Williams and photojournalist Brooke Anderson say BPD officers violated their constitutional rights by using excessive force near the end of an anti-Urban Shield protest beginning June 20, 2017.
Protesters Dylan Cooke, Lewis Williams and photojournalist Brooke Anderson say BPD officers violated their constitutional rights by using excessive force near the end of an anti-Urban Shield protest beginning June 20, 2017.
Berkeley City Council approved a settlement Tuesday over a lawsuit alleging that Berkeley Police Department used force when handling demonstrators during the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
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Berkeley City Council approved a settlement Tuesday over a lawsuit alleging that Berkeley Police Department used force when handling demonstrators during the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
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Last May, the city of Hayward charged a legal association about $3,200 for police body camera footage of the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protests in Berkeley.
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Last May, the city of Hayward charged a legal association about $3,200 for police body camera footage of the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protests in Berkeley.
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Eleven individuals who were allegedly injured by police officers during last December's Black Lives Matter protests filed a civil rights lawsuit against various city entities in federal court Sunday.
Eleven individuals who were allegedly injured by police officers during last December's Black Lives Matter protests filed a civil rights lawsuit against various city entities in federal court Sunday.
Berkeley Copwatch has criticized updates to police policy on the rights of onlookers, which they say will restrict citizens’ rights to observe and record police officer activities.
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Berkeley Copwatch has criticized updates to police policy on the rights of onlookers, which they say will restrict citizens’ rights to observe and record police officer activities.
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Four tort claims against the city of Berkeley have been filed on behalf of 14 people alleging injuries by police.
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Four tort claims against the city of Berkeley have been filed on behalf of 14 people alleging injuries by police.
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