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Because in the end we’re really talking about what Martin King would call a revolution: A transfer of power from oligarchs to everyday people of all colors. And that is a step by step process."

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Click for my Occupy Portland YouTube Videos

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Occupy Portland - Music/Video - 2011

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New Video Content
will be posted closet to the top of this page below this text

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Note: videos here are not in order of date 


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Occupy Portland on Eviction Night THREE VIDEO OUT TAKES -

[1]. Occupy Portland - Eviction Night Horses Attack Crowd in Park
- outtake https://youtu.be/B4GCTvUlI_A

[2]. Occupy Portland - Tell The Truth Corporate Media
- outtake https://youtu.be/4LQhwQaTkjU

[3]. Occupy Portland - Eviction Night Cops - Lady Leaves Car in Street
- outtake https://youtu.be/SPwba-zh5fg

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Occupy Portland Anniversary & Solidarity w/ Colombian GM Workers Rally March
Occupy Portland and many other local activist organizations such as PCASC and Portland Jobs With Justice joined forces to rally and march in solidarity with Colombian workers who are in a hunger strike and have been fired from their jobs in a General Motors affiliated manufacturing plant after recieving injuries which occured on the job. This day was also chosen as it is the one year anniversary of the Occupy movement.
[Short 3 min version]
[Full version 26 minutes]

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March Fourth
Pally & March
PSU Parkblocks
PICTURES - From The Rally

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F29 - Arrested For
Criminal Mischief
An Occupy Potland protester was arretsed at the end of the F29 march
In the video crowds run to see the police surrounding him, and arresting him.?

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March Fourth
Occupy Rally / March
Community Rights
Corporation Rights

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Citizen Police Accountability Meeting With
Occupy Portland and others 
 [80 minute video]

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City and Police Occupy The Parks Portland Oregon Chapman Park
Still Closed 2012
A video that compares the "ruined looking lawn" of a park in SW Portland, with the so called ruined lawns by the Occupy Portland camp in Chapman and Lownsdale park.

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We are the 99%

Here is a 4 minute video w/ music from File Transfer Protocol. This is Occupy Portland protest footage from 2011.



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Port Blockade at 6:15 PM
Occupy Portland
3 gates were blocked when I was there, with over 100 at each one.
At Gate 5 I seen about a 1/2 dozen trucks told that the gates were blocked.

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Portland Human
Rights Commission
~ Out Takes ~
Occupy Portland

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Occupy The Ports
Press Release for
West Coast Blockade
The occupy movement speaks through many voices, today at the press conference you will hear why the Strike at West Coast Ports is happening on 12/12/11 on the West Coast. This was filmed at 11AM on Friday morning in front of the World Trade Building in Portland Oregon  http://youtu.be/uZ11ngkkjtc

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Occupy Portland


Shemanski Park

This was filmed as the occupy portland protest marches through town after being kicked out of Shemanski Park which just happened before I arrive and started filming these 5 clips.


Clip 1. http://youtu.be/lmtA3BfLE1s


Clip 2. http://youtu.be/n2MvnC9limU


Clip 3. http://youtu.be/W2fGxb3EAC4


Clip 4. http://youtu.be/SvWTOADvZYI


Clip 5. http://youtu.be/XGJuS8NP2d4

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Occupy Portland Jamison Park Solidarity - Jail Rally 11.29.11
Jail solidarity rally for those aressted with Occupy Portland at Jamison park. This rally was in front of the justice center 
Riot Cop at Occupy Portland Jail Rally Nov 29 2011 [out-take clip]
Street Theater at Rally for solidarity w/ Jamison Park Arrested
Out take clip from rally in front of Jail in downtown Portland

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Noon - Wells Fargo Bank Protest
N17 noon -1- Bank Wells Fargo Protest
Clip One: coming up the street on 5th

N17 noon -2- Arriving at Wells Fargo - Bank Protest
Clip Two: Arriving at Wells Fargo Bank

N17 moon -3- Bank Wells Fargo Protest
Clip Three: Clowns show up to fix problems

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N17 Occupy Banks

National Protest / Portland


1. Arriving at Chase Bank for protest in Portland Oregon




2. N17 Occupy CHASE grandmothers Solidarity with Occupy



3. N17 Horses pushing people into street



4. N17 Horse cops and pepperspray



5. N17 Riot Police In The Street



6. N17 Hundreds of Riot Cops In Street


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11.12.11 (and 11/13/11)

1. Arriving Occupy Portland

Saturday Eviction 11:30 pm



2. Occupy Portland

Midnight Eviction 11:30 pm



3. Occupy Portland

The Push Around 1:00AM



4. Occupy Portland

Shut The Road Off



5. Occupy Horses Charge
Crowd at Portland Eviction

6. Riot Police Stepping Back

7. Everyone Occupy 3rd Street

8. Occupy Eviction
Riot Police stand & watch

9. Good Morning The End
Occupy Eviction

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Joe Anybody interviews Portland Police: Bob King about so-called Occupy Crime

I ask Bob King with public relations with the Portland Police about why the fixation on the Occupy Portland - so-called crime finger pointing. I presented my side somewhat but didn't get the answers I was wanting.  The veteran he speaks of that needed CPR ...could of been at the Veteran parade else where in town.   http://youtu.be/lvIgKqnxW5U

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Youth Bring Hope To
Occupy Portland 
I met these two girls who were looking to speak with the police information officer. As we walk around looking for him we stop and they tell me about Occupy Portland and there concern and hopes. My hope is in the youth like these girls, who in their show of solidarity, peace, and understanding... to come out and document the police evicting the peaceful occupy group. This kind of action(s) by the youth in Occupy Portland is inspiring.

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Union Song by Miriams Well
at Occupy Portland
Terry Schrunk Park
Filmed at the very spot, where the Occupy Portland protest has (2) people in a lock down to a 50 gallon drum 24/7. Those two protesters, are in this "Union Song" video. This music video was written by Miriams Well, who is playing guitar and singing.
In solidarity with Wall Street Protesters and all Occupy Protests everywhere!

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Home Movie
At Occupy Portland camp, a Policeman asks
my if Im making Home Movies and
why Im filming people (him) standing around?

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Occupy Portland 2011
Video Compilation
I have connected together some video clips of the occupy movement in Portland to make a short presentation for a display at an employee art show.
The video is now on line with links to it here: http://www.joeanybody.com/id30.html and also posted on PIMC http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2011/11/411914.shtml.

This Occupy Portland 2011 video, is a collection of video clips from the first 3 weeks of the "occupy portland protest" that I have collected. The video has out-takes from speechs, rally's, marches, police, students, camp, bridges, and the city streets

Occupy Portland 2011 - Compilation
Watch it on YouTube here:

(15 minute video)

~In Solidarity Joe Anybody

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16 Dollar Muffins
Occupy Portland
true story of 16 dollar muffins paid with your tax dollars - a demonstration at Occupy Portland helps to bring attention to the 1% thievery

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Bank of America
Occupy Portland Protest  Fri [noon]
Around 30 people protesteed outside of Portland's Bank of America branch on sw 4th street. This was filmed on Friday.

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Occupy Portland - Labor Rally
Speeches at Direstors Park. 3 Parts
3 clips from the speeches at Directors Park before the march through town. Filmed in Portland Oregon.

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Shame On You Verizon
Portland Oregon Labor-Protest
Occupy Portland & JWJ, AFLCIO and many other unions stand in solidarity w/ striking Verizon workers by protesting the union busting Verizon cell phone company. The streets filled with over 2ooo people.As the march winds to an end near Pioneer Sq. the crowds gather outside the Broadway store for about 10 minutes.... Shouting "Shame on You" and other anti union busting sloganshttp://youtu.be/Dg8E029hR4M

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Good Jobs! No Cut!
March across the I-5 Bridge

Hundreds and hundreds gather on 10.22.11 to cross the I-5 bridge on the Oregon / Washington border in Solidarity! to demand "Good Jobs and No Cuts". Occupy Portland and Occupy Vancouver join in the march and the demands. This is a video of the bridge crossing from the Washington side Portland Activist and Citizens [a group of estimated under 1000 people] demanding Good Jobs and No Cuts joined with Vancouver Activists and Vancouver Citizens in a walk across the I-5 Interstate Bridge on Saturday 10.22.11. The I-5 bridge sidewalk was was filled end to end as the 99 percent from Occupy Portland and Occupy Vancouver joined with Jobs With Justice and Union Organizations to form one solid line across the state line.

This clip is just one part of the march and and this event continues in the next video, which I will be posting, right here on Portland Indymedia

VIDEO 1 Speeches - Good Jobs - No Cuts Portland Vancouver I-5 bridge crossing
[9 min. video clip]

VIDEO 2 Good Jobs - No Cuts Portland Vancouver Solidarity Bridge Crossing 10.22.11
[7 min. video clip]

For more information about this event and more like it -- look on www.jwjpdx.org

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Occupy Portland

GA Meeting 

{General Assembly Day 12}


Part 1 Day 12



Part 2 Day 12



Part 3 Day 12



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Occupy Portland Gets a

Note on All the Tents 

 Someone put a note on all the tents in the camp on Saturday afternoon.

In this video I read the note and show some un-related pictures that I had from Occupy Portland.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDk8e7XZIUg 

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Food Donations Going

to The Warehouse Day 10


On Day 10 of Occupy Portland I film a short clip of a truck being loaded with donated food to be taken to the off site storage warehouse. This was filmed on Oct 15 2011 along side the occupy camp, just after the big anti war march.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00WX5lDe6Hs


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Day 12 Occupy Portland

GA Opening Music

Music before the General Assembly meeting on Mon evening


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Solidarity Bridge Crossing
Occupy Portland!
Occupy Vancouver!
Good Jobs!  -  No Cuts!

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Day 10
Occupy Portland
Volunteer help
call out!
Get Your Ass
in The Kitchen!

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Occupy Portland - Anti War March
Shoes of the 99% walk by camp
This is Day 10 when the anti war 10 years in Afghanistan protest march comes by the camp. The camera shows the shoes of the 99% moving down the street  http://youtu.be/O4t2tIjT3aQ

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Day 10 Reading On The Corner about Corporate Power.
A man reads from an Adbuster magazine on the corner at Occupy Portland after the Anti War march 

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Occupy Portland Lunchtime
in the Park Occupy on Day 5
This is a short film from Occupy Portland around lunchtime
 - KBOO - Music - Food - Community - Camping -

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Occupy Portland GA -
Opening Music Preformance

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Day 1
Before the march - in the crowd
OccupyPortland Day1

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Day 4 Sunday
After Marathon the march along Waterfront - in the crowd  (sprayed)
After the Portland Marathon, hundreds from the Occupy Portland movement marched up waterfont avenue. The protest march followed the same route as the marathone back to the camp.
Crowd is sprayed from rooftop 0:57 in video look left side of screen

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Bourbon and Ice
An original song by Raphael Deem inside the camp.
Filmed around lunchtime at Occupy Portland

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DAY 2 - Seven Video Set
      Hello Officer
      General Asembly
      Bull Run Water & a meeting with Portland Marathon
      Marathon Meeting Continues
      Marathon Meeting Continues
      PPRC Portland Peaceful Response Committiee marches by
      Another Brick in the wall - Music / Visit Baricades

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Day 1 speeches by the statue Occupy Portland 10.65.11

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Day 1 Night - A quick stop at
General Assembly Occupy Portland
On Day 1 This is a short clip of the GA meeting and a few other places in the camp.

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Day 4 Occupy Portland
PSU park meeting Part 1
Day 4 Occupy Portland
PSU park march Part 2

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Day 1 General Assembly:

Speech by Protesters [2 clips]

Part 1.
Part 2.

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DAY 4 . Break-Away Protest March
A group of 50 protesters split from the PSU campers 
who were a larger group on their way to waterfront
The break-away group walked up Broadway in the street to city hall

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A Walk Around The Park Day 1
An evening look around the park on Day 1 at 8pm
A short random look at the camp on the first night

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Tax The Rich - Feed The Poor
This is a music video from the protest in the park on Day 1

Arriving at the park after the march on Broadway

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Day 1 March on Broadway
(3 clip set of the march on Broadway)
Clip 3 of the march on Broadway in Portland Oregon
Clip 2 of the march on Broadway in Portland Oregon
Clip 1 of the march on Broadway in Portland Oregon

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The March
From Waterfront to Broadway

Part 1 - Day 1
Arriving At Waterfront Park
The General Assembly

DAY 1 Occupy Portland
Waterfront Park Assembly
Spanish Language Introduction

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The meeting ends

General Assembly Part 4

Occupy Portland GA Meeting
ending  Working Groups Part 3
This is from the communication break out  group

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Occupy Portland
ending Working Groups

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Occupy Portland Meeting
The Begining - part 1
A meeting at Waterfront Park in Portland Oregon
To discuss and to break into groups toorganize for the
Occupy Portland Protest on Oct 6

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Occupy Portland
Undercover Cops at meeting in Park

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Published on Sep 18, 2013

Interviews with Occupy Portland and Food Not Bombs Prayer Vigil To Lift The Camping Ban Summer 2013 RE Upload with new footage.

More info about Occupy Portland and The Prayer Vigil To Lift The Camping Ban sites...







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Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy

New documents prove what was once dismissed as paranoid fantasy: totally integrated corporate-state repression of dissent

It was more sophisticated than we had imagined: new documents show that the violent crackdown on Occupy last fall – so mystifying at the time – was not just coordinated at the level of the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and local police. The crackdown, which involved, as you may recall, violent arrests, group disruption, canister missiles to the skulls of protesters, people held in handcuffs so tight they were injured, people held in bondage till they were forced to wet or soil themselves –was coordinated with the big banks themselves.

The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, in a groundbreaking scoop that should once more shame major US media outlets (why are nonprofits now some of the only entities in America left breaking major civil liberties news?), filed this request. The document – reproduced here in an easily searchable format – shows a terrifying network of coordinated DHS, FBI, police, regional fusion center, and private-sector activity so completely merged into one another that the monstrous whole is, in fact, one entity: in some cases, bearing a single name, the Domestic Security Alliance Council. And it reveals this merged entity to have one centrally planned, locally executed mission. The documents, in short, show the cops and DHS working for and with banks to target, arrest, and politically disable peaceful American citizens.

The documents, released after long delay in the week between Christmas and New Year, show a nationwide meta-plot unfolding in city after city in an Orwellian world: six American universities are sites where campus police funneled information about students involved with OWS to the FBI, with the administrations' knowledge (p51); banks sat down with FBI officials to pool information about OWS protesters harvested by private security; plans to crush Occupy events, planned for a month down the road, were made by the FBI – and offered to the representatives of the same organizations that the protests would target; and even threats of the assassination of OWS leaders by sniper fire – by whom? Where? – now remain redacted and undisclosed to those American citizens in danger, contrary to standard FBI practice to inform the person concerned when there is a threat against a political leader (p61).

As Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, executive director of the PCJF, put it, the documents show that from the start, the FBI – though it acknowledgesOccupy movement as being, in fact, a peaceful organization – nonetheless designated OWS repeatedly as a "terrorist threat":

"FBI documents just obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) … reveal that from its inception, the FBI treated the Occupy movement as a potential criminal and terrorist threat … The PCJF has obtained heavily redacted documents showing that FBI offices and agents around the country were in high gear conductingsurveillance against the movement even as early as August 2011, a month prior to the establishment of the OWS encampment in Zuccotti Park and other Occupy actions around the country."

Verheyden-Hilliard points out the close partnering of banks, the New York Stock Exchange and at least one local Federal Reserve with the FBI and DHS, and calls it "police-statism":

"This production [of documents], which we believe is just the tip of the iceberg, is a window into the nationwide scope of the FBI's surveillance, monitoring, and reporting on peaceful protestors organizing with the Occupy movement … These documents also show these federal agencies functioning as a de facto intelligence arm of Wall Street and Corporate America."

The documents show stunning range: in Denver, Colorado, that branch of the FBI and a "Bank Fraud Working Group" met in November 2011 – during the Occupy protests – to surveil the group. The Federal Reserve of Richmond, Virginia had its own private security surveilling Occupy Tampa and Tampa Veterans for Peace and passing privately-collected information on activists back to the Richmond FBI, which, in turn, categorized OWS activities under its "domestic terrorism" unit. The Anchorage, Alaska "terrorism task force" was watching Occupy Anchorage. The Jackson, Michigan "joint terrorism task force" was issuing a "counterterrorism preparedness alert" about the ill-organized grandmas and college sophomores in Occupy there. Also in Jackson, Michigan, the FBI and the "Bank Security Group" – multiple private banks – met to discuss the reaction to "National Bad Bank Sit-in Day" (the response was violent, as you may recall). The Virginia FBI sent that state's Occupy members' details to the Virginia terrorism fusion center. The Memphis FBI tracked OWS under its "joint terrorism task force" aegis, too. And so on, for over 100 pages.

Jason Leopold, at Truthout.org, who has sought similar documents for more than a year, reported that the FBI falsely asserted in response to his own FOIA requests that no documents related to its infiltration ofOccupy Wall Street existed at all. But the release may be strategic: if you are an Occupy activist and see how your information is being sent to terrorism task forces and fusion centers, not to mention the "longterm plans" of some redacted group to shoot you, this document is quite the deterrent.

There is a new twist: the merger of the private sector, DHS and the FBI means that any of us can become WikiLeaks, a point that Julian Assange was trying to make in explaining the argument behind his recent book. The fusion of the tracking of money and the suppression of dissent means that a huge area of vulnerability in civil society – people's income streams and financial records – is now firmly in the hands of the banks, which are, in turn, now in the business of tracking your dissent.

Remember that only 10% of the money donated to WikiLeaks can be processed – because of financial sector and DHS-sponsored targeting of PayPal data. With this merger, that crushing of one's personal or business financial freedom can happen to any of us. How messy, criminalizing and prosecuting dissent. How simple, by contrast, just to label an entity a "terrorist organization" and choke off, disrupt or indict its sources of financing.

Why the huge push for counterterrorism "fusion centers", the DHS militarizing of police departments, and so on? It was never really about "the terrorists". It was not even about civil unrest. It was always about this moment, when vast crimes might be uncovered by citizens – it was always, that is to say, meant to be about you.

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My YouTube Channel for Occupy Videos

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For more info, check out these links:


RADIO: Poirtland Indymedia: http://radio.portland.indymedia.org:8000/live.mp3.m3u

Legal Observer knowledgebase from NLG: http://www.nlg.org/resources/legal-observing

Must reads for all of you wanting to videotape or take photos.




ACLU’s KNOW YOUR RIGHTS info (including humorous vide):


For those who don’t feel they should have to say it: http://www.nilc.org/ce/nilc/rightscard_2007-03-15.pdf

Also from the NYCLU: http://www.nyclu.org/publications/palm-card-what-do-if-youre-stopped-police-english-and-spanish-2004

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