The Anti-Police Terror Project shut down the Emeryville City Council meeting tonight, insisting the police stop carrying AR-15 assault rifles in the wake of last year's shooting of Yuvette Henderson by Emeryville police. About 100 protestors arrived at the beginning of the meeting and effectively shut it down, forcing Mayor Dianne Martinez to order police to clear the room. The protestors left after about 30 minutes vowing to return at a later date. The City Council reconvened the meeting after the room was cleared. Police report one arrest was made behind City Hall after they said they saw a protestor with a tear gas canister.
The Anti-Police Terror Project shuts down the Emeryville
City Council meeting. Police clear the room.
They provided some live music performed in the council
One arrest was made for possession of "tear gas" according to