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Police Use Forceful Tactics and Mace at 'Occupy Wall Street' Protests

Man being arrested on day four. As the Occupy Wall Street protests move into their ninth day, the dust from yesterday's failed (and unauthorized) march from Union Square to the United Nations building is beginning to settle. What we now know is that approximately 80 people were arrested, so an NYPD spokeswoman confirmed to ABC News. She also mentioned that most were taken in for disorderly conduct and obstructing traffic—the obvious strategy for breaking up a protest sans permit—and that only one person had been arrested for assaulting a police officer.
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