EARLY PHOTOS OF THE WALL STREET POGROM

FASCISM CAUGHT ON FILM
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Zuccotti Park was empty and clean on Tuesday morning.
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Some of the evicted protesters reconvened in Foley Square.
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Once inside the park, officers tore down the tents and tarps.
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Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, center, coordinated officers.
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Protest organizers said they planned to “shut down Wall Street.”
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Protesters initially resisted with chants of “Whose park? Our park!”
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A New York City police officer scuffled with protesters on Tuesday
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The police department said nearly 200 people were arrested.
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Police said the park would be “cleared and restored”
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Police officers scuffled with protesters.
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Protesters embraced after being removed from the park.
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Officers monitored protesters who relocated to Foley Square
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A protester slept at Foley Square on Tuesday.
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See early reports HERE

2 Comments

  1. November 15, 2011 at 21:16

    daninstockholm reblogged this on daninstockholm.

  2. restitutiontodisplaceduscitizensfirst said,

    November 15, 2011 at 21:48

    NYPD has stockholm syndrome along with large portion of 99 %.

    Or perhaps the naysayers would be happy if the occupiers go occupy the robo-signers.

    Today’s action proved Jay Gould’s most famous quote accurate once again – hiring 1/2 the working class to kill the other 1/2. Yes today’s action was figuratively but soon it will be literal.


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