According to a UC [Berkeley] Police Captain, linking arms to form a human chain is an act of violence
(TRUTH FREQUENCY) Yes, you read that right; it is now considered a violent act to resist police orders by linking arms to form a human chain.
Such a violent act apparently justifies the brutal treatment handed out to students at the University of California at Berkeley (UCB) on November 9th.
UCB police along with Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies outfitted in riot gear ordered students to disperse from a grassy area outside of the school’s administration building.
When the students refused to move, police began to indiscriminately assault the crowd with batons.
Amazingly, the UC police are taking the stance that the students, by linking arms and standing passively around seven tents, were taking a violent stance against the police.
“You’re beating students,” was chanted as the police went on the offensive arresting 39 people, 22 of which were students and one of which was a professor, according to police sources cited bySF Gate.