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Coordinated Police Attacks on 6-month Anniversary of Occupy Protests
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If the videos of occupy protesters being manhandled by New York police at Zuccotti Park are anything to go by, the clamping down on Occupy protesters was long-planned and coordinated. Police specifically targeted figures around whom the protesters found security, beating down the OWS cameraman in spite of repeated cries of “press, press” and grounding and manhandling midsized celebrities like Cecily McMillan, once profiled in Rolling Stone. It was an instance of crowd control that showed careful planning and pre-identification of targets.

Of course little else can be expected from a police to whom your call for the First Amendment is likely to be your last action on earth.

The police are there to protect the interests of big business, as they proved once again, and not to protect the rights of citizens. They refuse to recognize that their own salaries are not going to increase in spite of them playing the sockpuppets of Wall Street interests.


While the New York mayor’s pet project of unemployment is found to siphon off millions by falsification of documents, the police is there to protect the culprits from unruly citizens; while the former Democrat leader of New York splurges on lobsters siphoning off federal funds meant for charities, the police are there to protect him and his son from unruly citizens; if citizens want to know what has gone wrong with the American Dream, the police are there to trump up cases against them, beat them down and conduct thorough investigations upon each potential protester. Viva la America.

Big money watches from the sidelines and claps in glee while those without moral beat down those without property. That was the scene last week on St. Patrick’s Day in Liberty Square, New York.

It’s not only Chinese auto parts flooding the market and displacing our business, our politicians too seem to have adopted the Chinese style of crushing Tiananmen Square protests.

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When Davey Crockett said “when guns would be outlawed, only outlaws would have guns” he scarcely could foresee the NYPD, a bunch of law-backed gun-toting goons who would go to any length to bend the law in favor of big money.

A 61-year old salesman’s prayer placard “St. Patrick: Drive the snakes out of Wall Street” met with resistance from the NYPD.

The police used the ruse that the protesters had broken park rules law by erecting tents while there was only a banner hung between two trees with a tarp thrown over it. That was sufficient for the police to start moving and arresting en masse.

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore escaped unscathed having left before the police encounter.



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