BAMN files $15 million amended complaint for Nov. 9 protest

Members of BAMN announced Wednesday that they will seek $15 million in a lawsuit filed against UC Berkeley administrators and police for the use of force on demonstrators during the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protest. In a press conference on Sproul Plaza Wednesday, organizers said they filed an amended complaint
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BAMN holds press conference to address occupation fallout

BAMN organizers held a small press conference outside Sproul Hall Friday evening to speak out regarding their occupation earlier this month of the campus Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The conference — attended by local middle and high school students and UC Berkeley applicants who were denied admission — was held
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4 more Occupy Cal protesters have charges dropped

Criminal charges against four protesters who participated in the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal demonstration were dismissed during a hearing on Thursday, just a day after four other protesters also had their charges dropped. BAMN organizer Yvette Felarca and UC Berkeley graduate student Amanda Armstrong were present at the hearing at
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4 Occupy Cal protesters’ criminal charges dropped

Following the direction of UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau, the criminal charges against four protesters involved in the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal demonstrations were dropped Wednesday in court. The decision to drop the charges against UC Berkeley students Ashley Pinkerton, Justin Tombolesi, Ramon Quintero and Ricardo Gomez comes after charges
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Charged protesters allege UCPD discrimination

Many of the 13 protesters charged in relation to the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protests are crying foul over what they say is a concerted attempt by UCPD and the university to silence them. The 13 who were presented with criminal charges are mainly former and current students at UC
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