Occupy Movement Becomes Mobile and Bloody

New York– Today a large crowd of Occupy protesters hit the streets in New York City. Across the nation, this scene was repeated, as Occupy protests swell as protesters carry out a “Call to Action” to disrupt Wall Street, other financial activities and traffic. Sadly these acts of free speech were met with police violence as thousands were arrested nationally. In New York, the violence peeked as protesters and journalists were beaten and arrested.

Pictures of a bloody 20 yo portrayed today’s violence. The police said the bloodied young man identified himself as Brandon Watts, 20, and has been arrested at least four times since the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations began. The police said Mr. Watts fell and hit his head.

Mr. Watt’s prior arrests at Occupy Wall Street, the police said, involved resisting arrest on Sept. 24, loitering in disguise on Sept. 28, escaping from a prisoner van on Oct. 14 and having stolen orange mesh fencing on Oct. 28.

Fox news, the mouth piece of the 1% calls the middle class struggle – communism, socialism and anarchy. When you see the right attack in unison, nerves are being struck and the 99% are striking nerves. They proclaim the Occupy movement dead today but news reports appear to show a different picture.




4 Responses to “Occupy Movement Becomes Mobile and Bloody”

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