Leftist Youths Shouting "No Justice, No Peace" Smash Windows & Throw Torches UC Berkeley Chancellor's Home

“No justice. No peace.”
Several dozen people marched to Chancellor Birgeneau’s residence late Friday evening and vandalized the campus property. (DailyCal.org)

The Daily Nexus reported, via Free Republic:

A group of protesters stormed Chancellor Birgeneau’s home last night, smashing windows and throwing torches in a violent demonstration against fee hikes and budget cuts. The attack ended with eight arrested.

According to a press release, about 40-75 people surrounded the chancellor’s house at 11:15 p.m. The crowd shouted “No justice, no peace,” hurled incendiary objects, scattered garbage and broke windows, planters and lights. No fires or injuries occurred.

The eight individuals – including two students from Cal and one from UC Davis – were arrested and charged with rioting, threatening an education official, attempted burglary, attempted arson of an occupied building, felony vandalism and assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer.

“These are criminals, not activists,” Birgeneau said in a statement released by UC Berkeley. “The attack at our home was extraordinarily frightening and violent. My wife and I genuinely feared for our lives. The people involved in this action will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. I want to emphasize that they represent an extreme minority of our students.”

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