- The occupation of the building formerly known as the Cross Cultural Center (henceforth BFKCCC) was not approved by the Occupy UCD General Assembly.
- The people occupying BFKCCC are engaging in autonomous action and do not represent all of Occupy UCD. At the same time, the people who choose to not participate in the BFKCCC occupation will not join the administration in pushing out their fellow occupiers.
- At the time that the BFKCCC occupation was being planned, it was not known that the building was scheduled to be given to EOP. The EOP website did not mention this either.
- Some of the Occupy UCD members held a joint meeting with some of the EOP members. Several compromise solutions have been brought up, such as giving the BFKCCC to EOP, but having the building remain autonomous from the administration. EOP members have so far not expressed an interest in such solutions.
- We did not peel off the letters from the sign next to BFKCCC. This was done before we arrived.
- The two communiques released shortly after the start of the BFKCCC occupation never went through the GA or the media committee, and represent the opinions of their authors only.
- BFKCCC occupiers had laptops, tablets, and cameras stolen from them on the night of 1/25. Items which belonged to the building rather than the occupiers were left untouched. The General Assembly voted to help the victims obtain new laptops.
Please let us know if you have a factual correction.