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Chapel Hill: cops vs. anarchists and no one wins 

There are no good guys in this story. It begins Saturday with anarchists' illegal occupation of a privately owned, vacant building on West Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. It peaks 18 hours later with a showdown between a Chapel Hill Special Emergency…

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