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Yes please present your identification to the internal police checkpoint.

Because this email has source information from a person I have no idea who it may be so where it says deleted was my editing of that information out.

September 14, 2012  

Dear Pace Students, Faculty, and Staff,

Monday, September 17 is the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. As a precautionary measure, NYPD will establish check points throughout Lower Manhattan. It is important that employees and students carry Pace ID cards in order to gain access through these checkpoints. Locations of the checkpoints are still to be determined.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

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Anyone else grow up being told we are better than the USSR because there they have to show papers to go from place to place?

How is this any different than that?

E-mail sent to Pace University students that states that the NYPD will establish check points in Lower Manhattan for the Anniversary of OWS on September 17th

For those wanting to know what is planned for September 17th (S17)

The Complete Schedule of Most Events in NYC NOW With Color images and interactive links

List of Livestreamers planning to attend the S17 event

The best idea so far to fight this-

Pay everyone attending a penny, enforce commerce law.

Originally posted to Occupy Wall Street on Fri Sep 14, 2012 at 03:54 PM PDT.

Also republished by Police Accountability Group and New York City.

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