Occupy Wallstreet Nov. 15th Riot Police Raid, Videos and More. Stop The Repression!
November 15, 2011 OWS
tear gassing of the kitchen. – Violent arrests pepper spray #OWS #occuppywallstreet Occupy Wall Street November 15, 2011 – Police Eviction NYPD Raid OWS Zuccotti Park Raw Video: Piles of Trash Near Zuccotti Park NYPD raid video: OWS protesters arrested at Zuccotti Park
Police raiding Zuccotti Park in the middle of the night: early news reports and footage — 11/15/11 Occupy Wall Street: Cops clear Zuccotti Park – November-15-2011 – #occupytogether
ABC World News Now: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Cleared From Zuccotti Park
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From: Russia Today OWS destroyed: Cops clear Zuccotti Park (PHOTOS, VIDEO) Published: 15 November, 2011, 11:58 Occupy Wall Street protesters have clashed with police at Zuccotti Park after being ordered to leave their longtime encampment in New York. At least 70 people have been arrested with the police said to have used pepper spray. Meanwhile, City Council member Ydanis Rodriguez, 51, has reportedly been beaten by the NYPD and is bleeding from head. The police operation commenced at approximately 1am Tuesday. Hundreds of police have mobilized around the park showing protesters letters informing them that they need to leave the encampment temporarily. The NYC Mayor’s Office has also posted their demand on Twitter. The tweet read: “Occupants of Zuccotti should temporarily leave and remove tents and tarps. Protestors can return after the Park is cleared.” A group of protesters estimates vary from 40 to 100 are refusing to leave the park. Peaceful protesters have been dragged out of the “kitchen” by their arms and legs while nonviolently resisting NYPD, which has also repeatedly tear-gassed people.
NOVEMBER 15, 2011, 5:39 A.M. ET Police Clear Zuccotti Park Occupy Wall Street Protesters Arrested in Unannounced Raid By JESSICA FIRGER, MICHAEL AMON, AARON RUTKOFF and PERVAIZ SHALLWANI New York City police and sanitation workers swept in and cleared out the tents inside Zuccotti Park during an unannounced raid on the Occupy Wall Street encampment Tuesday morning, arresting 70 protesters who refused to leave. At least 400 New York Police Department officers dressed in riot gear surrounded the park at around 1 a.m. Tuesday. Officers used bull horns to warn the protesters who have been living in the small, privately owned plaza that the area would be temporarily evacuated and cleared of illegal structures, which were described as fire hazards.
Press Suppression at Occupy Wall Street Raid Around 1:00am on Tuesday, November 15th, the NYPD moved in to clear Zuccotti Park of all protestors and equipment. Members of the press, both independent and mainstream, were systematically prevented from covering the story ” #BREAKING: Police in riot gear raid Zuccotti Park, order protesters to vacate bit.ly/uDycwr #OWS NBC New York 5 hours ago ReplyRetweet ” “I’m press,” I said. “Don’t care,” officer replied. #OWS Andrew Katz 2 hours ago ReplyRetweet Village Voice writer Rosie Gray sums up the theme of the night: ” Me: “I’m press!” Lady cop: “not tonight” #ows