"We were protesting, they were trying to clear the streets," he says, still wearing the peach-colored shirt and tie that he was arrested in. "The part of the protests we are at, nobody was doing anything, we wasn't burning anything, we wasn't stealing, you know, it was just a peaceful protest. Things started getting a little crazy a couple blocks down so they start grabbing people, locking them up. We came to central booking. Nobody knew why we were here, they didn't tell us what we were charged with, we didn't get fed for the time period that we were here, and they just wouldn't tell us what we were locked up for. They had us piled in the cells. Cells that were supposed to be for 10 people were like over 20 people piled in the cells. They didn't know who we were, we were just livestock. I guess it began to get too overcrowded and when that happened, they started to call out people's names, but they still couldn't identify us because they didn't have no pictures for us. They started calling us by name and started releasing us seven to 10 people at a time."