UC Berkeley halts plans for new student housing after protestors assault construction crews with rocks, bottles

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UC Berkeley recently began clearing an area of land known as “People’s Park” for the development of new student housing. On Wednesday, plans for that housing ground to a halt following violent protests by far-left rioters.

According to far-left advocacy group Defend People’s Park, the area where new student housing is being developed was occupied by a number of homeless people.

“UC Berkeley is now saying that ‘camping’ in the park is illegal,” the group wrote in a June 9 Facebook post. “This means that no one living there and no tent or structure has the right to privacy–meaning cops or cleaners can throw away anything without any recourse whatsoever.”

The park, which is owned by the school, was cleared on Tuesday and surrounded by fencing.

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