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DBS

Sunnyvale, CA

#582 Mar 30, 2013
First You Must Love Him wrote:
Santa Cruz Indymedia is a purged to suit propaganda platform. You will never see a Robert Norris Kahn post purged.

Prima Donna Blowhard Moderator/Imperator Bradley Stuart Allen is a real firebrand, entrusted with protecting the Santa Cruz Indymedia holy of holies, as well he should, trust fund in hand and all.
The fastest way to get a post censored on Indycrap is to suggest that Robert use his Trustfund millions to help someone.

Now I understand why: utterly useless trustfund brats have to stick together. Otherwise they might actually have to DO SOMETHING besides make ludicrous demands on other people.
Sum Dim

Concord, CA

#583 Apr 21, 2013
So here's an awesome thread on Indybay.

http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/21/1...

It's great to watch this Shades of Grey chap, with whom I went to boarding school, beat the Indybay cognoscenti over their occipital lobes like Al Capone disagreeing with a rival gang member using a baseball bat.

That was fun.:-)
Sum Dim

Concord, CA

#584 Apr 21, 2013
Sum Dim wrote:
So here's an awesome thread on Indybay.
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/21/1...
It's great to watch this Shades of Grey chap, with whom I went to boarding school, beat the Indybay cognoscenti over their occipital lobes like Al Capone disagreeing with a rival gang member using a baseball bat.
That was fun.:-)
They finally tired of losing the argument and started censoring further comment. LOL.
Impressed Watch

Santa Cruz, CA

#585 Apr 21, 2013
Sum Dim wrote:
So here's an awesome thread on Indybay.
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/21/1...
It's great to watch this Shades of Grey chap, with whom I went to boarding school, beat the Indybay cognoscenti over their occipital lobes like Al Capone disagreeing with a rival gang member using a baseball bat.
That was fun.:-)
"Boarding school."

HaHaHa.
HaHaHaHa.
HaHaHaHaHa.
Officer Baker Supporter

Santa Cruz, CA

#586 Apr 25, 2013
Becky Johnson + Robert Norse = COINTELPRO
Earl Grey

Concord, CA

#587 Apr 27, 2013
Bradley must either be out for a pleasant bike ride on this gorgeous day, or snapping pictures for his next photo article. He's certainly not at his usual spot, helming the Indybay Censorship Committee :-)

Reading articles such as this is leading me to recall the days of the Contras in Nicaragua and El Salvador, and also films such as "In the Time of the Butterflies." It is sad to recall it was wealthy "landowners" (I don't like the word "landlord", a Medieval/Dark Ages term that still seems to apply today!) who pay thugs to beat up poor folks. Is this is a result of "Take Back Santa Cruz?" Santa Cruz Contras and other paid mercenaries? How sad. But ya know, I saw something this morning that speaks to how inhuman even the City treats homeless folks. On Golf Club Drive, on the other side of the Train Bridge, there is a path that in the last few days the City put a barely visible stretch of barb wire to block the path, with no sign or warning. It can hardly be seen in broad daylight. I can imagine how once dark out, someone will head down that path that has been open for years and cut themselves when suddenly encountering sharp old rusty barb wire (even thoughit is new in the sense of being just put up, the wire is old with old metal spikes protruding. If someone is bleeding, especially a wrist cut as they bump into it, and they pass out from blood loss, they could very well die. Really, if I get a chance I'll take a pic, so you all can see how crude and inhuman this is. No sign, no warning, just low lying (about waist level) barb wire, like a booby trap, a booby trap for the homeless.
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§Very scary
by Jim
Friday Apr 26th, 2013 7:39 PM
This is crazy! From the sound of it, I'd guess this was TBSC crazies. They've actually done things like this (not as severe) before. Beating on travelers and telling them to get out of town, or they'd be in the landfill with the "rest of the trash". I've seen it with my own eyes...I wonder if Analicia Cube herself was there. Wouldn't surprise me.

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§Not homeless, and not Santa Cruz
by But otherwise accurate.
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 7:48 AM
So he's not homeless (hasn't been for 3 years. What, it "shows" that he once was?), and it wasn't in Santa Cruz.

Would have been accurate to state "Student attacked in Aptos".

Way to bend reality to fit your agenda.
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§This was the work of TBSC bigots
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 2:20 PM
I've personally seen TBSC vigilantes dressed as Westside and Eastside thugs attacking other houseless travelers (with rocks and bats) as far away as Capitola Mall, so why not Aptos? It's not that far fetched to think that Analicia or Dexter or Ryan Coonerty were there in Aptos in flannel shirts and knee-high white socks, representing gangsta style in the worst way. Stranger things have happened.
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§How do...
by Curious
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 3:25 PM
...you know Jim that they were TBSC members? Or are you making assumptions?
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§Here's how I know
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 3:33 PM
This is what TBSC members do all the time.
That's why. Can you prove that they weren't TBSC members? I've seen TBSC members get 30 needles in exchange for 1 at the needle exchange and then scatter them on the beach and THEN pick them up and claim that houseless travelers and "bums" left them there. Can you prove that that didn't happen? I didn't think so. Believe it. This is a fascist campaign to cleanse this town of people like Gabriel because they don't fit the utopian vision of Ryan and Chip and Analicia.
Earl Grey

Concord, CA

#588 Apr 27, 2013
2 of 2 (so far):-)

§BWAAA HAAAA HAAAA
by TBSC member
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 3:55 PM
Are you sure the Purple Unicorns didn't spread the needles out?

Or was it the Leprechaun's Union out on strike???

Maybe Harry Houdini levitated them there from the Grave.

In any case, your crackpot conspiracy is about as likely as Robert getting out his Multi-million dollar trustfund and actually helping someone!!!
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§Additionally...
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 4:02 PM
By the way, I was at Cowells recently and I saw a gang of five or six Westsiders hanging, with TBSC teeshirts clearly visible underneath their outer clothing. One of them in particular caught my eye. Minus the glasses and plus a suspiciously perfect handlebar mustache, it was almost certainly Ryan Coonerty. With the knee high tube socks and rapper shorts, it was an almost perfect disguise. But something about the way he walked and the way he furtively glanced back and forth, as if he was concerned about being discovered, gave him away. I thought I spied Dexter there too, but I'm not certain of that. That's how duplicitous these TBSC people are. Believe it.
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§Something else about that WS (TBSC) guy
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 4:21 PM
The other thing that made me suspicious was that this guy with the coiffed handlebar mustache (hello Brylcreem!) had a WS tattoo on his right index and middle fingers, except that the first bar on the W was a different color, like it had been recently inked on with a green ballpoint pen, such as one might find at Palace Office Supply. Taking that away, the tattoo would have spelled out NS, as in NextSpace. Coincidence? I think not.
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§Jim....
by Curious
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 4:47 PM
...obviously you're making assumptions. Btw, when are those injury photos gonna be posted?
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§Very Soon
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 5:00 PM
You call them assumptions. I call them incontrovertible facts.

Gabriel's injury photos will be released along with those of Donna Deiss, Richard Hardy, Ana and Lito, Becky Johnson (from the Y2K events in Los Angeles) and numerous other victims of police atrocities against houseless travelers and vehicularly housed folks. We're waiting for a critical mass of photos to publish a coffee table book, which has been picked up by Ten Speed Press in Berkeley.

A first folio edition of Shane Maxfield's devastating HIV diagnosis will be included as a bonus for the first 50 purchasers. Sign up soon.
Earl Grey

Concord, CA

#589 Apr 27, 2013
1/2. Sorry. Reverse order. Bradley must be out for a pleasant bike ride, or perhaps he's taking pictures for his next photo article. He's certainly not at his usual spot, helping the Indybay Censorship Committee :-)

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§Santa Cruz Contra?
by Steve
Friday Apr 26th, 2013 1:58 PM
Reading articles such as this is leading me to recall the days of the Contras in Nicaragua and El Salvador, and also films such as "In the Time of the Butterflies." It is sad to recall it was wealthy "landowners" (I don't like the word "landlord", a Medieval/Dark Ages term that still seems to apply today!) who pay thugs to beat up poor folks. Is this is a result of "Take Back Santa Cruz?" Santa Cruz Contras and other paid mercenaries? How sad. But ya know, I saw something this morning that speaks to how inhuman even the City treats homeless folks. On Golf Club Drive, on the other side of the Train Bridge, there is a path that in the last few days the City put a barely visible stretch of barb wire to block the path, with no sign or warning. It can hardly be seen in broad daylight. I can imagine how once dark out, someone will head down that path that has been open for years and cut themselves when suddenly encountering sharp old rusty barb wire (even thoughit is new in the sense of being just put up, the wire is old with old metal spikes protruding. If someone is bleeding, especially a wrist cut as they bump into it, and they pass out from blood loss, they could very well die. Really, if I get a chance I'll take a pic, so you all can see how crude and inhuman this is. No sign, no warning, just low lying (about waist level) barb wire, like a booby trap, a booby trap for the homeless.
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§Very scary
by Jim
Friday Apr 26th, 2013 7:39 PM
This is crazy! From the sound of it, I'd guess this was TBSC crazies. They've actually done things like this (not as severe) before. Beating on travelers and telling them to get out of town, or they'd be in the landfill with the "rest of the trash". I've seen it with my own eyes...I wonder if Analicia Cube herself was there. Wouldn't surprise me.

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§Not homeless, and not Santa Cruz
by But otherwise accurate.
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 7:48 AM
So he's not homeless (hasn't been for 3 years. What, it "shows" that he once was?), and it wasn't in Santa Cruz.

Would have been accurate to state "Student attacked in Aptos".

Way to bend reality to fit your agenda.
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§This was the work of TBSC bigots
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 2:20 PM
I've personally seen TBSC vigilantes dressed as Westside and Eastside thugs attacking other houseless travelers (with rocks and bats) as far away as Capitola Mall, so why not Aptos? It's not that far fetched to think that Analicia or Dexter or Ryan Coonerty were there in Aptos in flannel shirts and knee-high white socks, representing gangsta style in the worst way. Stranger things have happened.
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§How do...
by Curious
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 3:25 PM
...you know Jim that they were TBSC members? Or are you making assumptions?
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§Here's how I know
by Jim
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 3:33 PM
This is what TBSC members do all the time. That's why. Can you prove that they weren't TBSC members? I've seen TBSC members get 30 needles in exchange for 1 at the needle exchange and then scatter them on the beach and THEN pick them up and claim that houseless travelers and "bums" left them there. Can you prove that that didn't happen? I didn't think so. Believe it. This is a fascist campaign to cleanse this town of people like Gabriel because they don't fit the utopian vision of Ryan and Chip and Analicia.
DBS

Sunnyvale, CA

#590 Apr 27, 2013
That last one by "Jim" sounds a little too much like something BJ would write: She makes a completely Cuckoo allegation, and then tells us if you can't disprove it, then it must be true.
Where has BJ been lately? Did she move on to Greener pastures after the Fuji Buffet went bellyup?
Or did she finally figure out that Robert isn't going to fund her twilight years after all?
Sum Dim

Concord, CA

#591 Apr 27, 2013
Looks like Bradley is back from his bike ride. The thread is gone. Oh, well. That was fun :-)
Sum Dim

Concord, CA

#592 Apr 27, 2013
What is funnier is they left the "Steve" post up. LOL. Must be hard trying to figure out what makes them look silly, and what doesn't. I think the job of Indybay Thought Policeman is one of the hardest jobs in America. I salute those intrepid officers, Constable Bradley, Sergeant Addams and Captain Robert.
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#594 Apr 27, 2013
My thoughts this morning: What will it take to build the "broad base of support" needed for a social revolution, or simply to arouse the compassion of the community instead of its scorn under present political conditions? Perhaps all of us can seek to understand and appreciate other people's needs, and find it within ourselves to allow others, encourage others, and even help others when they are most troubled, to meet their own needs without harming anyone.

The ebb and flow of political currents are making people's lives miserable. The advocates may differ in their beliefs about what might cause harm to the community (and certainly the rest of the community needs the opportunity to share its views), but the underlying human needs remain unchanged.
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#595 Apr 27, 2013
Recruiting from other states is TBSC's forte. Only a transient middle class would be interested in their subrosa (snigger) property development interests to quickly increase the resale value of their recent purchased investment houses. I'm STILL laughing hysterically about the callow moron who owns Mission Hill Ice Cream stating in regard to herself and her idea of community as "I pay a LOT of money to live here..." as if that indicates she has more right to HER vision of 'community" than a long term resident janitor.
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#596 Apr 27, 2013
...here's the HUFF receipt! We thoughtfully provided it to HLOSC yesterday to document the fact that the group we brought over to Coral St. to register was on the Waiting List. Hence their camping tickets, if they were given any, would be dismissed prior to court (even without having to mount a Necessity Defense).

Activists and homeless sleepers should note that police can still charge people under PC 647e, the state "anti-lodging"" law (actually being used by sheriff and police as an anti-protest or anti-loitering law in the last few years). However, the documentation that one is on the Waiting List is also a good basis for mounting an affirmative Necessity Defense if D.A. Bob Lee wants to take any such charges through to jury trial.

Hopefully such trials would have a better outcome than those of the Peace Camp 2010 activists, who got screwed thanks to testimony from Executive Director Monica Martinez and others that there were a few spare beds (for the 1000+ homeless outside). The Jones decision--which I'm told by San Luis Obispo attorney Stu Jenkins is still federal legal precedent in spite of being depublished--held in L.A. that one doesn't have to establish there were no beds that night or that one even tried to get one, if it was common knowledge that finding such a bed was highly unlikely given the chronic shelter emergency.

I should add I don't recommend these programs or shelters, as Razor Ray seems to imply. Rather I suggest this Waiting List approach as both a protest strategy and to protect yourself legally as a homeless person who has to sleep at night who's completely uninvolved in protest. Given the legal system the way it is, this approach is my suggestion.

I suggest bringing a copy of the receipt template with you to the HLOSC, and then making a second copy for yourself (so that you can give one to the cop). The cop may not (and probably will not) initially stop ticketing, but in future legal action it will become clear that police ticketing in the face of these receipts is a form of harassment since tickets are to be automatically dismissed under MC 6.36.055.
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#597 Apr 27, 2013
A screed follows...

"Don Lane is quoted as blaming the crime and drug issues on tourists..."

The correct terminology in a phrase would be 'transients with money'. That includes a number of elements... Including students and long distance contract database developers, but apparently not, if money is the arbiter of deciding which transient is a tourist, street people. Most of whom are local or from the region and are typically low wage workers or impoverished.

AND I want to give dis-honorable mention to the people who will infest the NEW Walnut Commons cohousing right behind CruzIo's building. It's being advertised for families, but what family in their right mind, of a class to own a piece of that action, would want to share a kitchen with other families with kids? Really. We are being lied to about the intent of the project, and it will bring more 'tourists', as I've chosen to define Lane's remarks.

The pitch will be: "Have a contract in the SF Bay area. Work at CruzIo's fast internet connection office space with your housing just a few feet from where you work."

Too bad a bag boy at the local supermarket can't get that deal, and that deal HAS existed in Santa Cruz recent history. I worked for the original owners of Putney & Perry Auto for little over minimum wage and was able to afford to live at an SRO hotel downtown. ven had a little cash left over to go to a show at the Cat occasionally.

That is no longer reality, and I BLAME CITY CREATED POLICIES FOR THAT. Period. Everything went up, including the min wage but the PLANNING POLICIES... THE LONG RANGE PLANNING POLICIES, utterly failed, I believe quite intentionally, to take into account the needs of the people who already lived here, and continues that away to this day.

Lane's whining about the sociological fallout is nauseating.

Santa Cruz' development as a "Telecommuting City (Are they STILL paying the guy the city calls a 'czar' who foisted that off on us almost a hundred grand a year?) IS a major part of the problem. The problem is called unchecked housing development for the quasi-affluent and the socioeconomic profile that goes along with it, arrogant, even (passive aggressively) to authority, whom the believe work for them alone and complain like hell when they find out otherwise even as that passive aggressive behavior morphs to antisocial and criminal towards other residents of the town (think fern bar brawl or over-amped spandex biker running down a pedestrian on the Levee... They drive like that too.), and NO development for low wage workers or Santa Cruz' own children.
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#598 Apr 27, 2013
Interviews with Cody, Freedom, and Andrew, three of the visible sleepers who were in last night's protest will be speaking about the issues at the Sub Rosa Cafe Tonight from 8 to 9 PM, and then in front of the post office continuing the Sleep-Out for a second night.
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#600 Apr 27, 2013
SIX TICKETED FOR SURVIVAL SLEEPING IN A VISIBLE SPOT
Zack, one of six people who, he says, slept at the post office steps area last night called in with a report a few minutes ago. They all received "camping" tickets for survival sleeping in a visible area. I call them the Visible Sleepers.

He says some of the folks from the previous night left for the North, but they intend to continue their protest tonight and in the nights that follow.

COPS VIOLATING THE LAW?
He said several police arrived around 6 AM and did ask them if they had Homeless (Lack of) Service Center receipts, but ticketed them anyway with the Camping Ordinance MC 6.36.(subsection 6.36.010).

A key paragraph of 6.36.055(a), a key subsection of MC 6.36, reads
(a) A person shall not be in violation of this chapter [the Camping Ordinance] if, at the time of his or her citation for a violation of this chapter, either: the winter shelter at the Santa Cruz National Guard Armory is filled to capacity; or the person is currently on the waiting list for shelter service through one of the shelter programs offered by the Homeless Services Center or the River Street Shelter in Santa Cruz."

The officers gave citations anyway in apparent violation of the law. They suggested the citations "might be dismissed in court." Zack said the group explained they had nowhere to go, were told the shelters were full, were given a receipt by Christine Younger of the HLOSC so asserting (that is, they were put on the Waiting List), and had no legal place to sleep. Police then left, and they went back to sleep, Zack continued.

SIGNS OF THE TIMES
Some of the signs they were displaying read, according to Zack, "If every life has value, then why is our life illegal?"
"If safety is a priority in this community, why do we have to fight for a safe place to sleep?" "When you privatize public space, you silence the voice of the very community it was designed for." "Any law against sleep is unjust." And other signs as well. They can be viewed again tonight, presumably, when the protest is slated to resume.

Some locals suggested that to avoid tickets they could leave early in the morning, but Zack noted he told them that the point is we shouldn't have to move since there is no legal place and we're not doing anything illegal. First Alarm "security" thugs arrived after 8 AM and told them they'd have to lie outside their sleeping bags or be ticketed. Freedom initially declined, saying it was cold, but when another woman came up with a problem for First Alarm, she complied in order to facilitate First Alarm's helping with that other problem.

DEFENDING FIRST ALARM THUGS
A police officer advised the group that First Alarm was "just doing their job; they are the middle men between business and the people."

Zack concluded,“We're not trying to incite any anger against us by the police. They spent a lot of time trying to justify what they were doing. They could have been out arresting violent criminals instead of explaining...cause we're peaceful, and we need a place to sleep.”

Camping citations carry a potential fine of $100-200. As mentioned in a prior posting, interviews from last night's Free Radio Santa Cruz show with Freedom, Andrew, and Cody are archived at http://www.radiolibre.org/brb/brb130418.mp3 .

There will be a workshop tomorrow led by Food Not Bombs co-founder Keith McHenry around broader issues of homeless civil rights (the California Homeless Bill of Rights) and deeper issues of housing (foreclosures and occupying vacant buildings as Homes Not Jails does). At the Sub Rosa Cafe at 703 Pacific Ave. as mentioned above and described at http://www.indybay.org/uploads/2013/04/15/arm... .
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#601 Apr 27, 2013
Andrew, one of the group at the post office last night, says he kept watch through the night (as designated non-sleeper) and noted five not six sleeping tickets were given by police--in spite of documentation shown the cops indicating Waiting List status and hence immunity under MC 6.36.055. He hopes to post some photos of the protest.
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#602 Apr 27, 2013
Zack reported by phone this morning that two cordial cops ticketed them again--this time with "lying down on the sidewalk" citations. 6 people got those citations ($100-200 or more), and 1 (on the steps of the post office) got a camping ticket.

The officers who cited them advised them that they wouldn't be "on shift" tomorrow morning to "expect a response that might not be so cordial." Zack noted favorably that they didn't insist they leave. He also noted they've been treated better downtown than in the Pogonip--a response he made to Brent Adams, who suggested they move back into the woods where they'd be lless noticeable.

Brent, who stopped by and spoke with the group last night, said he was concerned the public protest would discredit his Sanctuary Camp proposal (see http://www.youtube.com/embed/tBWhgjXrKaY ). He also continued to insist the camp was a "Robert Norse"-inspired production, which the sleepers disputed--to no avail. I made several jokes about the campers being "my minions", but Brent was not amused.

I gave the group with some HUFF flyers, advising people how to sign up for the Paul Lee Loft Waiting List (which should immunize campers from camping citation prosecution if the city follows its own MC 6.36.055).(See http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/15/1... & http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/17/1... for more info and a copy of the receipt that should be presented to the Homeless Lack of Services Center when homeless folks sign up for the Waiting Lists as documentation that they are on the list).

A particularly chilling analysis of the anti-homeless agenda of Councilmember Pamela Comstock and her Take Back Santa Cruz group can be found at http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/15/1... .

Zack thought they might take a respite from the sleep-out tonight, awaiting the return of some companions. "We need more people," he noted. Several phone calls to the Sentinel advising them of this protest have gone unanswered.
Sum Dim

United States

#603 Apr 27, 2013
The group of counter-culture travelers who responded to police repression in the Pogonip by doing a public sleep-out downtown in front of the Post Office spoke to the Saturday afternoon Occupy Santa Cruz group. They noted they had made their point and were worried about suggestions from the SCPD of an increased crackdown that might target their dogs.

Police have also shifted from giving camping citations to "blocking the sidewalk" and "laying on the sidewalk" ciations in a move reminiscent of attacks on protesters for "parading without a permit" in 1960's segregated Montgormery, Alabama.

The sleepers may continue their nightly vigil, but acknowledged that diminished numbers and the growing exhaustion of the group makes it more problematic. Cody, an activist who spoke of prior experience with such protests in Seattle and elsewhere, described their growing difficulties and encouraged people to come down and support the night-time protest, even if only for a short time.

Last Wednesday this group visited the Homeless (Lack of) Services Center [HLOSC] en masse and prompted them to give out for the first time documentation that homeless people are on the long waiting list (4-6 weeks) for 46 spaces at the Paul Lee Loft Shelter. See http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/04/17/1... .

City law states that citations for camping will be dismissed if one is on a Waiting List. As activists suspected, it is also questionable for police to even issue those citations if a homeless person can show she or he is on the list--and police have responded (at least against this group) by turning to other harassment tools.

It's too early to tell whether the victory achieved by this group will last. It depends in part whether homeless people choose to continue to demand receipts for being on the small shelter HLOSC Waiting List.

There was universal praise for the persistent protesters at the Saturday Occupy Santa Cruz meeting in front of the main post office along with discussion of the upcoming California Homeless Bill of Rights (scheduled for hearing early this week) as well as the newly-formed Homes Not Jails chapter to investigate occupation of long-vacant corporate housing in Santa Cruz. Occupy Santa Cruz meets weekly 5:30 PM there after the 4 PM Food Not Bombs meal.

There may be further updates on today's radio show 9:30 AM to 1 PM at 101.3 FM (streams at http://tunein.com/radio/FRSC-s47254/ , archives at http://www.santacruzcopwatch.org/robert/brb13... ).

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