From the NewsObserver.com
By Mark Schultz
CHAPEL HILL — Police brandishing guns and assault rifles entered a Franklin Street car dealership and arrested a group of demonstrators who had taken over the building Saturday night.
A Chapel Hill Transit bus sat outside the long vacant University Chrysler building where the arrested protesters were taken.
Police officers stationed themselves around the building. One officer against a tree aimed an assault rifle at a dormer window where protesters had hung signs that said “Occupy” and “Everything.”
Carrboro Mayor Mark Chilton stood across the street in a crowd watching. He said he was up the street having tea when 15 to 20 officers arrived at the Chrysler building shouting for the protesters to get on the ground.
A crowd of more than 50 people watched and jeered from across Franklin Street.
“Shame! Shame! Shame!” they cried.
When someone noticed that the bus had an ad for Wells Fargo, the chant changed to “Who do they serve? Wells Fargo! Who do they protect? Wells Fargo!”
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