Arrests made after more than a thousand protest Ann Coulter speech

Six to seven were arrested during the far-right pundits event at University of California, Berkeley campus on Wednesday night More than a thousand young protesters linked arms and tried to physically block people from entering a speech by the far-right pundit Ann Coulter at the University of California, Berkeley campus on Wednesday night. Rows of students chanted Go home Nazis!, Shame! and Youre not getting in, while behind them, hundreds of law enforcement officers, many in riot gear, guarded the building where Coulter was slated to speak. Despite the massive protest, the events organizers said hundreds of people made it inside to hear Coulter talk about her anti-immigrant views. Some of the attendees had to push and climb over student …