The Occupy Movement is spreading and some cities can handle it better than others. Oakland decided a heavy-handed tactic was needed and sent in the police to destroy the tent camp and attack demonstrators with teargas and rubber bullets.

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Occupy Oakland

City employees survey a closed-down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A policeman walks through a closed-down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A police officer walks through a closed-down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A woman stands inside a closed-down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

Police officers walk through a closed down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

Debris is scattered throughout a closed down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

Workers prepare to clean up debris scattered throughout a closed-down camp of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police cleared an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, early on Tuesday, breaking up an overnight camp at a plaza near city hall that has been the site of two weeks of demonstrations, a city spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A woman is arrested during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A policeman is hit in the neck by red paint during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A woman is arrested during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

People yell at police during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

People yell out during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A Navy veteran walks through teargas during an anti-Wall Street protest in Oakland, California, October 25, 2011. Hundreds of people marched through Oakland's downtown streets in protest against the evacuation of an anti-Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Kim White

Occupy Oakland

A masked Occupy Wall St. demonstrator walks away as authorities deploy tear gas during an demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police and protesters scuffled in the streets of Oakland on Tuesday as more than 1,000 people marched on city hall to voice anger over scores of arrests at an Occupy Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A masked Occupy Wall St. demonstrator walks away as authorities deploy tear gas during an demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police and protesters scuffled in the streets of Oakland on Tuesday as more than 1,000 people marched on city hall to voice anger over scores of arrests at an Occupy Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

An Occupy Wall St. demonstrator gestures as authorities deploy tear gas during a demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police and protesters scuffled in the streets of Oakland on Tuesday as more than 1,000 people marched on city hall to voice anger over scores of arrests at an Occupy Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A group of paint-splattered police officers are being surrounded during a Occupy Wall St. demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Police and protesters scuffled in the streets of Oakland on Tuesday as more than 1,000 people marched on city hall to voice anger over scores of arrests at an Occupy Wall Street camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

Police officers with less-lethal munitions (L) reconnect with a group of their stranded colleagues (R) during an Occupy Wall Street demonstration, in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city, in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A group of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators pushes a garbage container toward a line of police officers during a demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A group of police officers stand ready near Oakland City Hall, as Occupy Wall Street demonstrators rally against an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city, October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator is arrested during a demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

The remains of a chemical canister are seen after authorities reconnected with a group of stranded police officers during a demonstration by Occupy Wall Street protesters in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES)

Occupy Oakland

An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator is arrested during a scuffle at a demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A police officer attempts to control the scene after being surrounded while making an arrest at an Occupy Wall Street demonstration in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

A group of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators march toward Oakland City Hall during a protest in response to an early morning police raid which displaced Occupy Oakland's tent city in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Occupy Oakland

Occupy Oakland protester Scott Olsen, a former U.S. Marine and Iraq war veteran, lies on the street after being injured during a demonstration in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Occupy Wall Street organizers said Olsen was hit in the head by a tear gas canister fired by police during a confrontation near downtown Oakland. A spokesman for Highland General Hospital confirmed that Olsen was being treated for injuries sustained during the protest and was listed in critical condition. He could not confirm whether Olsen had been struck by a tear gas canister. REUTERS/Jay Finneburgh

Occupy Oakland

Occupy Oakland protester Scott Olsen, a former U.S. Marine and Iraq war veteran, is carried away after being injured during a demonstration in Oakland, California October 25, 2011. Occupy Wall Street organizers said Olsen was hit in the head by a tear gas canister fired by police during a confrontation near downtown Oakland. A spokesman for Highland General Hospital confirmed that Olsen was being treated for injuries sustained during the protest and was listed in critical condition. He could not confirm whether Olsen had been struck by a tear gas canister. Picture taken October 25, 2011. REUTERS/Jay Finneburgh

Occupy Oakland

Oakland Mayor Jean Quan (R) listens as Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan speaks during a news conference at Oakland City Hall October 26, 2011 after authorities clashed with Occupy Wall Street demonstrators Tuesday evening. Atlanta and Oakland joined a growing list of cities losing patience with weeks of protests against economic inequality, evicting and arresting scores of people and leaving one person in Oakland critically injured. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)

Occupy Oakland

Occupy Oakland demonstrators gather around Frank H. Ogawa Plaza after authorities clashed with demonstrators the previous evening outside Oakland City Hall, in Oakland, California October 26, 2011. Atlanta and Oakland joined a growing list of cities losing patience with weeks of protests against economic inequality, evicting and arresting scores of people and leaving one person in Oakland critically injured. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Oct 27, 2011