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Occupy Wall Street Eviction

What Happened To The Occupy Wall Street Library?

The Huffington Post | Christopher Mathias | Posted 11.15.2011 | New York

The NYPD has reportedly thrown out 5,554 books from the Occupy Wall Street Library during the raid to evict protesters from Zuccotti Park early Tuesda...

Bloomberg Defends Choice To Evict Occupy Wall Street

The Huffington Post | Christopher Mathias | Posted 11.15.2011 | New York

Following the forced evacuation of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park early Tuesday morning, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg explained the de...

Court Order Against City Says Protesters Can Return With Tents In Tow

AP/The Huffington Post | Posted 01.15.2012 | New York

NEW YORK (AP) -- The National Lawyers Guild says it has obtained a court order that allows Occupy Wall St. protesters to return with tents to a New Yo...

Lila Shapiro

Occupy Wall Street: New York Police Department Evicts Protesters, Clears Zuccotti Park

HuffingtonPost.com | Lila Shapiro | Posted 11.15.2011 | Business

In an unexpected move, the New York City Police Department descended on Zuccotti Park around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, proceeding to evict protesters, c...

Zuccotti Park Eviction: Police Arrest 200 Occupy Wall Street Protesters

AP/The Huffington Post | Posted 01.14.2012 | New York

By Colleen Long and Verena Dobnik - Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Hundreds of police officers in riot gear raided the Occupy Wall Street enca...

"Tent City" Is Protected Speech

Bennett L. Gershman | Posted 12.19.2011 | New York
Bennett L. Gershman

To the extent that the encampment is able to symbolize in a most vivid, dramatic, and peaceful way the economic disparities in our society without threatening any substantial public interest, then the conduct is well within the parameters of the First Amendment.