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US park police on patrol in freedom plaza at making sure protesters follow the rules.
The rules are no camping.
But we -- allowed to have ten.
-- all the doors open we can be inside them we just can't can't or actually.
The crackdown here came early Sunday morning offices sending out -- one hour warning they would be inspecting -- Protesters scramble to fleeing the area and gather -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Police searched the area looking for embedding cooking equipment eventually clearing most of the tents -- that that this is gonna be in compliance since this up with open and there's nothing -- it.
-- you have quite a few belongings here but.
Like I said I'm I'm going to be sort of just.
Put it on my back if I need -- on them that I can't get off the ground.
Officers brought in Hazmat teams to take gala handful of tents where they found sanitation concerns.
But it was all a far cry from the show force that McPherson square in the predawn hours Saturday.
Has offices on horseback planning riot gear swept through -- park.
Sunday morning crews are back -- dismantling its Hanssen pleading out to -- We also notice it's a substantial amount of biohazard material in this camp area.
We found in the course of our inspections of these tents.
Lot of urine soaked bedding material bottles of -- -- -- a family of live rats and several dead rats in the some of these tents.
We're now there seems to be a stand down and compliance on the protesters part the question is.
For how long.
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