BREAKING: Riot police clash with UCLA Gaza camp agitators as supporters attempt to deliver supplies via autonomous robot

The first was taken down and another was set up in its place.


Police clashed with agitators at a newly erected "Gaza camp" set up on UCLA campus on Thursday. The encampment's supporters also tried to send a robot to get them supplies, however the robot was stopped by police. 

The far-left protesters set up barricades and attempted to secure a second encampment on campus after the first was taken down in a giant clash with police.  

Police were seen attempting to break through a wall of protesters who told them to get off the campus.  

Protesters screamed and taunted the police force as they walked onto UCLA campus.  

According to a notice on Bruins Safe Online, the Gaza camp caused some classes to go online.  

“Work and classes in Ackerman, Kerckhoff and Moore Hall will be held remotely through the remainder of the day. All other areas of campus remain open and operating regularly.” 

Supporters of the agitators tried to send supplies with an autonomous robot, but that did not seem to go according to plan. 

Protesters also had sympathetic professors attempting to bring food and supplies to the students in the Gaza camp. 

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