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The West Coast sister movement to Occupy Wall Street; peacefully occupy the financial district of San Francisco on Sept. 17!

SEPTEMBER 17th, 2011
2 P.M.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/OccupyFDSF


Occupy Financial District: Peaceful Occupation on California St, San Francisco

San Francisco, California – September 17th, 2011 – Plans for a peaceful occupation in San Francisco are under way after the #occupywallstreet campaign has gone viral.

Activists and citizens on the West Coast who cannot venture to New York City are gathering to display a sister movement in San Francisco to protest against fiscal irresponsibility, corporatocracy, and general dissent with the United States leadership. Occupy Financial District SF is partnering with numerous activist organizations on the West Coast to combine numbers and media attention. The non-violent rally is set to take place on September 17th, 2011, at 555 California Street in San Francisco at 2 p.m. with plans to maintain an on-going occupation until demands are met.

Occupy Financial District San Francisco is looking for interested persons to discuss logistics. Additional tasks are also in need of fulfillment, particularly technology and transportation. Please direct all questions and suggestions to the contact information provided below.

IRC Freenode: #OWSWestCoast
All info taken from: https://www.facebook.com/OccupyFDSF?sk=info

Bud, you WILL go to this.

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#antisec is a weird place at night.

#antisec is a weird place at night.


A couple more from the #OpBART-2 Protests in San Francisco California

1) Anon Medics

2) HAVE TO PEE!!!! OMG! (See Number 1)

More located here http://opbart.4ormat.com/

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More pics from the OpBart-2 Protests today.

1) Protestors stopped at UN Plaza. Blasting music. Some suggesting they go to the nearby federal building.

2)Some protestors blocking market. OH: “We are obstructing, we are making people listen.”

3) About a dozen buses and trains experiencing some delays on Market due to protest

4)Protesters marching down market. Now on 2nd. Shouting “shut down Washington

5) Naked dudes also marching.  (Srsly guise)

6) OpBart-2 still on going in San Francisco. Police arresting a couple dozens of protesters behind the library.

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@abc7newsBayArea Protesters march to demonstrate against #BART #OpBART

BART officials prepared to react quickly during a planned protest for Monday’s rush-hour commute at the Civic Center station in San Francisco. This protest was organized by international hacking group called “Anonymous”.

BART said they would allow protesters to demonstrate outside the fare gates, but not inside. When the protesters gathered on the platform around 5 p.m., authorities closed the Civic Center Station. BART ran trains through the station, but would not stop trains there.

Around 5:40 p.m. the group of protesters started to march toward BART’s Powell Station. At that time, BART closed the Powell Station and later reopened it.

Related Content

raw video: Protesters march up and down Market Street

Story: BART letter to customers addresses cellphone disruption

link: BART letter to customers

Story: Two BART directors want phone policy discussion

Story: Hackers leak personal info of BART officers

Story: BART: Supreme Court on our side over cell phones

Story: ACLU eases off lawsuit threat against BART

Story: Protest closes BART stations, frustrates commuters

Video: BART: Platform not a free speech zone

Story: Anonymous hacks BART website, steals passwords

Muni said the metro service would not stop at the Civic Center Station due to the BART protest. In addition, service on the Powell Street portion of the Powell-Mason and Powell-Hyde cable car lines were being provided by Muni bus shuttle.

Throughout the 6 p.m. hour, protesters switched directions up and down Market Street with police and the media in tow.

Many commuters left work early so they would not get delayed by the protest.

Earlier, BART Board President Bob Franklin said, “I think we’re prepared for Monday and we’ll see what’s in store.”

Franklin also said BART’s priority has always been the safety of its passengers. However, when BART shut down cellphone service at several San Francisco stations to thwart a protest last week, it opened up a can of worms.

In retaliation, Anonymous defaced BART’s website and planned more protests including the one for Monday night.

“When BART cut off wireless communication at those three stations — that was a dumb move. It just adds fuel to the fire,” said Peter Sealey of the Sausalito Group.

Public relations consultant Peter Sealey said BART’s CEO and police chief should have been conducting damage control, early on.

“The senior person at a company has to get in front of the story and take responsibility. BART hasn’t done that,” said Sealey.

BART says pulling the plug prevented protesters from communicating and kept train service running.”

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Source: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/san_francisco&id=8319733

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@democracynow Disguised Member of #Anonymous Defends Retaliatory Action Against #BART #OpBART 

“On Monday, officials with the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) were forced to close four train stations during the evening rush hour as free speech advocates attempted to disrupt the evening commute. The protest was called by the activist hacker group Anonymous in retaliation for BART’s decision to shut down cell phone and mobile-internet service at four stations last week in an effort to disrupt a protest over the shooting of a homeless man. As part of its self-described “OpBART” campaign, Anonymous hacked into the BART website, myBart.org, and leaked the names, phone numbers and passwords of train passengers. We’re joined by a disguised Anonymous member who took part in “OpBART,” speaking under the pseudonym “X.” “We gave them a little taste of their own medicine,” X says. “We’re information activists just trying to make our world a bit freer and a little better,” says X. On the question about the FBI investigation over the hack, X says, “I don’t want to get caught… I am literally running from coffeehouse to coffeehouse, from city to city, from state to state, to try to avoid this massive, multimillion-dollar manhunt that they’ve put out for Anonymous. And for what? What have we done, Amy? Point to one thing where we’ve hurt a single human being… BART…kills its innocent people… How dare they do this in the United States of America?”~Democracynow.org

Anonymous vs. BART PD in S. F.
 Anonymous vs. BART PD in S. F.

Lastly, Peter Fein from Telecomix.org is an opportunistic asshole, who actually had NO real use in OpBART—expect to wear pants. 

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