#Occupy San Francisco Criminals Squat in Catholic Church Building (Video)

The #Occupy goons took over a vacant Catholic school building yesterday.

A protester carries a sign at an encampment of Occupy San Francisco demonstrators in front of the Federal Reserve Bank on Market Street in San Francisco, California March 27, 2012. An Occupy San Francisco protester was stabbed on Monday night last week, a day after another protester was stabbed in the same spot. (REUTERS/Robert Galbraith)

They call their criminal squatting tactics “freedom of speech.”

The #Occupy San Francisco goons ended their march yesterday by breaking into a vacant diocesan building.
SFGate reported:

Occupy SF activists put the mostly moribund movement back in the spotlight Sunday, taking over an unoccupied building owned by the Archdiocese of San Francisco with plans to establish a “permanent occupation” that would serve as shelter and a center for services for homeless people.

The activists entered the building at 888 Turk St. about 5:45 p.m. Sunday, after a peaceful rally and march from Union Square earlier in the day.

About 100 activists and supporters took up residence in the two-story commercial structure, believed to be a former music building of nearby Sacred Heart Cathedral High School and located within sight of archdiocesan headquarters at St. Mary’s Cathedral.

Police, who had monitored the protesters’ actions all day, stood by as protesters entered the building, which had already been opened by other activists. Police spokesman Sgt. Michael Andraychak said the department was “still talking” to the building’s owner to determine the next step.

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