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Published on Oct 26, 2011
Early on 10/26, the Atlanta police in a clear show of force, blocked off and monitored a 4 block radius around Troy Davis (formerly Woodruff) park in Atlanta. As a large crowd gathers in support (some in opposition) of those who were going to take the fall, police flexed their muscle in numbers. Hundreds of officers on foot, on horses, on motorcycles, and even in riot gear showed up to arrest around 45 people. As the last arrest was made, and the crowd had swelled into the street to fill up an entire block, police called out that we had 3 minutes to disperse before being tear gassed. At this point the group broke up as some secured tents and other items for reestablishment of the occupation, and others marched to the city jail for continued protest.