Police Raid Occupy L.A., Philly

    Los Angeles police officers arrest a protester at the Occupy Los Angeles  encampment outside City Hall in Los Angeles Wednesday Nov. 30 , 2011.  Police have moved in on the Occupy Los Angeles encampment arrested protesters who defied an eviction notice.   (AP Photo/Lucy Nicholson/Pool)

    Lucy Nicholson, Pool / AP Photo

    Two of America’s final big Occupy encampments have come down after police raids early Wednesday in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. About 200 people were arrested in L.A., where police brought in bomb-sniffing dogs and used a cherry-picker to remove protesters from trees. The L.A. encampment had been the largest in the country after New York's was dismantled. In Philadelphia, 40 protesters were arrested and two police officers sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

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