The eviction continues, with concrete being dug up, the local chapel being demolished, & chalets removed or destroyed. However, the site is largely calm, and legal monitoring and supporting should be an entirely non-arrestable and safe role. We still need legal monitors this week to ensure that the area is livable for those residents who will be allowed back. We have enough for today, but more are needed tomorrow and onwards. Residents are also really encouraging supporters and witnesses to come down as this is an indescribably difficult time for those who have remained. Independent media can also take video and photos for the legal observing team, and to get images out to the world.
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