LA County taxpayers are footing the bill for the defense of UCLA's arrested protesters

LA County taxpayers are footing the bill for the defense of UCLA’s arrested protesters

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted last week to provide legal assistance for those who were arrested when law enforcement moved in to get rid of the anti-Israel encampment at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Over 200 people were arrested earlier this month when California Highway Patrolmen in riot gear breached the fortified encampment, which was located outside of Royce Hall. Those who were arrested was due to them not dispersing and often fighting with CHP, despite being given multiple warnings to leave. The west end of the camp was left open for people who were willing to leave.

The ones who stayed and fought with the police did so willingly.

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Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin reported all board members except for one

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