blogs.laweekly.com -- She expressed anger over the situation because ... ... she said the LAPD used a 48-hour-old hold to teach the occupiers a lesson after they failed to leave the City Hall lawn willfully following their nearly two-month-long engagement there. "This is clearly to punish people," Sobel said. Of course police don't get to punish people. That's up to a judge and/or jury. But the law gives cops enough flexibility to hold folks in jail without due process (that sure feels like punishment to us).
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