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Did NYPD Destroy Occupy Wall Street Protesters' Stuff? [Occupy Wall Street]

Occupy Wall Street protester Isaac Wilder tried to retrieve his backpack and other personal property confiscated during Tuesday night's HYPD police raid on Zuccotti Park from the city's Department of Sanitation. He didn't find any of his belongings, but he did find lots of destroyed property. More »
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New York Police Clear Occupy Protesters in Zuccotti Park

News : The Rundown News Blog (3 years ago)

A man confronts a New York Police Department officer a few blocks from Zuccotti Park as New York City officials clear the Occupy Wall Street protesters from the park early Tuesday. Photo by Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images. New York City... Read Post

Press Conference Addresses City's Destruction Of Occupy Wall Street's Library

United States / New York : Gothamist (3 years ago)

While some of the Occupy Wall Street protesters have been able to retrieve the property they "abandoned" in Zuccotti Park during last week's raid, many of the items that were supposed to be transported to the Sanitation Department's... Read Post

Did The City Purposefully Destroy Occupy Wall Street's Property?

United States / New York : Gothamist (3 years ago)

During the nighttime raid of Zuccotti Park, the NYPD, with the help of the Department of Sanitation, confiscated the items that the Occupy Wall Street protesters had used to make the area home. Demonstrators were told that they coul... Read Post


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