#OccupySF: Live Stream Police Raid And Arrests Now

Just waking up to Occupy San Francisco being raided and facing arrests, and honest to jeebus, it appears that the police are taking a coffee and doughnut break! Someone is passing around trays of what appear to be fresh glazed donuts. Doughnuts and tear gas...there's a combo.

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Just waking up to Occupy San Francisco being raided and facing arrests, and honest to jeebus, it appears that the police are taking a coffee and doughnut break! Someone is passing around trays of what appear to be fresh glazed donuts. Doughnuts and tear gas...there's a combo.

Apparently, the raid took place sometime during the night with personal items trashed, "many" arrests according to Twitter, and now it appears there is a stand-off between the remaining occupiers and police. And, as I said the police are having a doughnut break.

Police have just taken down one demonstrator, and officers have surrounded those who have the person on the ground in the street so no one can get what's happening to that person on film.

Occupy SanFrancisco's encampment at Justin Herman Plaza was the largest remaining Occupy camp in the nation.

I'll update later with arrests totals, and other information as it becomes available.

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