Protests on Wall Street turned violent Wednesday when police clashed with demonstrators marching through Lower Manhattan in the largest show of strength yet for the Occupy Wall Street movement. Police said late Wednesday that 28 people were arrested during the march, mostly for disorderly conduct, the New York Post reports. One police officer suffered minor injuries after being knocked off a scooter, according to the newspaper.
The Occupy Wall Street movement staged what is believed to have been its largest demonstration yet Wednesday, as protesters were joined by labor unions and students in their march from Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park to Foley Square. Thro... Read Post
A week after this largely peaceful sit-in in New York City's financial district began, the Occupy Wall Street protest turned violent on Saturday when demonstrators clashed with cops, leading to dozens of arrests. Corralled by orange... Read Post