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JPMorgan (Et Al) Sued By Occupy Wall Street

Four New York City Council members sued the city today over the handling of Occupy Wall Street protestors, claiming the police used excessive force and should be subject to an outside monitor. The city and the Police Department made false arrests and violated the free-speech rights of protestors and journalists last year, 15 people including… Continue reading » Follow Dealbreaker on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
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