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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Occupy Wall Street New York: Marchers attempt to reclaim Zuccotti Park

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On Tuesday, Nov. 15, occupiers marched in the streets of New York, as lawyers went to court for Occupy Wall Street's right to re-enter Zuccotti Park. A temporary restraining order was not honored by New York police on Tuesday morning, which stated permission for occupiers to re-enter Zucccotti Park. New York police raided the camp at 1 a.m. on Tuesday, throwing occupiers belongings in the trash and arrested many. A group that chained themselves to the kitchen area were sprayed with tear gas, or fire extinguisher, and were arrested. Five journalists have been arrested.
Oakland's Mayor Jean Quan admitted she coordinated the Occupy raids with leaders of 18 US cities:
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