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Occupy Wall Street: Inquiries Launched as New Pepper-Spray Video Emerges
NYPD officer Anthony Bologna faces two investigations as video emerges of a second pepper-spray incident
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Occupy Boston: Smart, Savvy, and Aiming to Emulate Wall Street Protests
About 200 people in Boston express their outrage at America's economic woes – and promise to take up the protest baton
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Occupy Wall Street: 'Pepper-Spray' Officer Named in Bush Protest Claim
Anthony Bologna, NYPD officer accused of pepper-spray incident, is accused of civil rights violations at the 2004 Republican National Convention protests
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Occupy Wall Street Protesters Cuffed, Pepper-Sprayed
Scores of protesters were arrested in Manhattan Saturday as a march against social inequality turned violent. Hundreds of people carrying banners and chanting "shame, shame" walked between Zuccotti Park, near Wall St., and Union Square calling for changes to a financial system they say unjustly...
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What if the Tea Party Occupied Wall Street?
Corporate media skip anti-corporate protests
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Occupy Wall Street: The Protesters Speak
Casey O'Neill had no regrets. He had traveled thousands of miles across the country – and gave up a well-paying job as a data manager in California – to sleep rough in a downtown Manhattan public square, enduring rain and increasingly chilly nights. Police keep a close eye on him every day. But O'...
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Wall Street Occupation Continues
Thousands of activists descended on Wall Street this past weekend as part of the #OccupyWallStreet protest organized by the group Adbusters . While the turn-out was considerably lower than the projected 20,000 protesters Adbusters originally hoped would come to the event, hundreds of individuals...
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The Wall Street Occupation: A Sleep-In Protest in the Shadow of Power
Surrounded by the headquarters of some of the world’s most powerful financial players, over two thousand protesters converged on Wall Street this Saturday. By the end of the second day, those occupying Liberty Park, formerly known as Zuccotti Park on Broadway and Liberty St., had settled in,...
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#OccupyWallStreet: Searching for Hope in America
Adbusters, the non-profit, anti-consumerist organization, made the first call for an occupation of Wall Street back in July when they posted an article on their website titled, “#OCCUPYWALLSTREET.” The rallying cry proposed a massive occupation of Wall Street – some 20,000 individuals – a “fusion...
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"Indignant" Demonstrators Marching to Brussels to Protest Effects of Crisis
MADRID -- Protesters from several European Union cities have begun to follow the example of hundreds of demonstrators from Spain who are marching from Madrid to Brussels, the bloc's de facto capital, in a growing protest against the effects of the economic crisis and the fiscal adjustment policies...
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