On Monday evening protesters gathered in Bernal Heights, near the Mission, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Movement, prompting Muni delays.
In related news, according to a recent article on SF Gate, the FBI says its surveillance of Occupy Oakland was “within limits.” The FBI released 13 pages of information after a request from the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California. The San Jose Mercury News reports that “the bureau has refused to release an additional 24 pages of documents it acknowledges having, citing the need to protect confidential informants and protect national security.”
If you’re interested in the FBI’s monitoring of radical movements, check out Andrea Todd’s piece “The Believers” in Elle Magazine. For more background on Occupy Oakland, check out Oakland North’s in-depth coverage.