Occupy Wall Street Sept. 17, 2011
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Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times Police commanders last week as protesters marched by; white shirts — lieutenants, captains or inspectors — have assumed a bigger role than usual.
28 arrested after another night of violence on the streets of New York Washington protesters build on momentum of New York Video of cop boasting he looks forward to using nightstick sparks furious reaction among protesters Protesters 'storm the barricades' at Stock Exchange, prompting police to use pepper spray Herman Cain: ' If you are not rich it's your own fault' Obama addresses protesters in economic speech Protests held across the country from Jersey to Washington and Dallas By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 6 October 2011
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The District said Monday it has agreed to pay more than $13 million to settle a lawsuit by protesters arrested during demonstrations nine years ago.
Thirty years ago - Ronald Reagan led a counter-revolution in America against the revolutions of the New Deal and the Great Society.
THE FIRST ISSUE IS OUT!
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Fifty to eighty people have been arrested in New York City as part of the Occupy Wall Street protest. The NYPD is cracking down on those involved in the action and the NYPD is surrounding Liberty Park (Zuccotti Park) where people have been occupying for the past week.
Since September 17th there has been a protest taking place in Liberty Plaza (Zuccotti Park), which is in the heart of New York City’s Financial district.
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'New Yorkers angry about US economy' Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:43PM Exclusive phone interview with Paul Sheldon Foote, Professor at California State University, Irvine
Corporations were deemed people by the Supreme Court of the United States; politicians have declared publicly as such while self interest groups weakened the middle class. We could no longer remain ignored.
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WHAT TO DO IF YOU'RE STOPPED BY POLICE, IMMIGRATION AGENTS OR THE FBI We rely on the police to keep us safe and treat us all fairly, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin or religion. This card provides tips for interacting with police and understanding your rights. Note: Some state laws may vary.
By: Sarah Jones September 25th, 2011 see more posts by Sarah Jones
Sep 24 2011 It’s 8:37 Saturday night, September 24, 2011 and I’m watching history in the making.
Here's video of Camera man, Luke Richardson being arrested.
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