Dozens line up for heavily guarded ex-Breitbart editor's speech

Dozens of people lined up Thursday to hear a speech at the University of California, Berkeley that has prompted massive security as officials fear violent demonstrations.

Police with riot gear surrounded the plaza in front of Zellerbach Hall, where the former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro is set to speak later Thursday.

UC police on the Berkeley campus have arrested at least three protesters, CBS San Francisco reports . Berkeley police confirmed that three people had been arrested for having banned weapons within the designated zone around the campus.

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