This is the weekly Saturday protest against the Syrian government continues. I'm guessing this has to be longest run weekly protest campaign the city has ever had, since it's been over a year.
Protesters were marching back to City Hall, and on the way passed this man, who asked what it was about. He said he was down with it and asked for his photo to be taken.
One of the protesters was arrested by police. The crowd followed them, until they got near the police station, and at a "sidewalk closed" sign (due to construction). People were told to stay back. I couldn't shoot the protesters from in front of them, but I noticed I got a shot of front of the protesters in the police officer's sunglasses, which I thought was neat.
While at the Harry Hays Building (federal government offices) protesters were told to stay off the plaza area, because it was "private property". The person seen her being taken by police came back there at the end of the protest, and was arrested. However, I don't have the details of what if anything he was charged with. I think I heard him say they said there was a warrant on him.
This is outside the Harry Hays Building.