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Seattle Police Arrest Around 100 Demonstrators On the Anniversary of the WTO Protests

December 01, 2000
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Seattle police arrested around 100 people last night, on the one-year anniversary of WTO protests that became known as the Battle in Seattle. Police in riot gear moved in on a crowd that had been demonstrating and pepper sprayed it before making the arrests. We end this program bringing you once again the sounds of the streets.

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  • Sounds Of The Battle In Seattle, produced by Amy Goodman, Jeremy Scahill and Maria Carrin.

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