Occupy Oakland Arrests

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More than 400 people were arrested in clashes with police after a City Hall march and rally Saturday by Occupy Oakland. On Sunday, Mayor Jean Quan decried the damage and said the demonstrations have cost the budget-strapped city more than $5 million. Meanwhile, protesters criticized police conduct, saying the arrests were illegal and that OPD gave them no option to disperse. We discuss the weekend's developments.

Guests:

Chris De Benedetti, reporter with the Bay Area News Group who covered the Occupy Oakland protests Saturday

Nancy Nadel, Oakland City Councilmember

Mark Mason, member of the Occupy Oakland Media Working Group

Don Link, former chair of the Oakland Community Policing Advisory Board

Spencer Mills, citizen journalist who has been live-streaming "Occupy" protests from across the Bay Area and has attracted a global following

Jean Quan, mayor of Oakland

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