Sunday, October 7, 2012

When two Worlds Collide: D.A. Bob Lee and Robert Norse



When Bob Lee recently parked on the cusp of a local lunchtime gathering dedicated to drafting a "Homeless Bill of Rights", he bumped into some indicted defendants whom our community is calling the "Santa Cruz Eleven" and their friends.

Lee is District Attorney in Santa Cruz County. He indicted eleven people who nay have visited 75 River Street in Santa Cruz, shortly after an Occupy Santa Cruz-related March against Foreclosures. 75 River Street is a vacant bank building which owners Wells Fargo and Barry Swenson are trying to sell the three-years-empty place.

SCEleven, homeless locals and many other visitors responded to the bank building's  liberation, and it's liberators' welcome sign, on November 30/December 1st, 2011.

Linda's Hearth note: Well, I can't find the scary photo of Bob Lee, D.A. and Robert Norse. Thought it was perfect for the coming All Saints' Day. Never mind! Here's a funner photo, by Alex Darocy, also posted with many others at Indybay Santa Cruz, Feb 29th, 2012.

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