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99%VideoDec 2011

My fees are hella high!

(4:27) 'Hella high' UC Davis student protests that the protests were not about keeping education public, as they were supposed to have been. Instead, the issue became police brutality, and the rest is history.


97%VideoOct 2012

Spanish police spiral out of control

(5:52) Coming to a town near you? Pretty clear evidence of Spain's police state run riot. Next video shows an 'incident' in Madrid when protesters for once got the upper hand.


96%VideoJun 2013

First week of unrest in Turkey

(7:37) Summary of the events that took place in Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey. What started off as a peaceful demonstration against the building of a shopping mall in Gezi Park, a week later had escalated to riots in 67 cities throughout the country.


96%VideoJul 2014

Young American Jew stands up for Palestine

(3:47) Israeli security forces soon show up to silence the protester.


95%VideoJun 2013

Protester vs water cannon in Turkey

(0:33) A protester taunts a water cannon during unrest over plans to redevelop Gezi Park in Istanbul.


95%VideoFeb 2012

Occupy Oakland - The Great Escape (Jan 28, 2012)

(8:05) Welcome to 2012. Protesters in Oakland, California do what they have to do when police kettling tactics get more sinister.


94%VideoJun 2011

Police arrest woman in her front yard for videotaping

Emily Good was arrested in her front yard while videotaping her friend being pulled over by Rochester police. She was charged with a criminal misdemeanour. Her case has not yet been heard but videotaping a police officer in public view is perfectly legal in New York state.


94%VideoNov 2011

UC Davis pepper spray incident, from four perspectives

(10:50) Four different videos from the UC Davis pepper spraying incident synchonised together.


94%VideoSep 2014

Johnathan Gentry's rant on the riots

(6:18) Black minister Johnathan Gentry gives a passionate speech about the Ferguson riots.


94%VideoNov 2011

Joe Rogan on cops and Occupy Wall Street

Police are people, and their job is to serve and protect. Or more specifically, to serve nice people and protect against douchebags.