The Occupy Wall Street Protesters have gathered in Zucotti park after a day of meetings, marches, and demonstrations. There is food and entertainment there as well as literature and information about the struggles that brought us all together.
The weekend was spent organizing and participating in actions with social causes that had already planned events. Police have spent the entire time showing how
small their penises are brutal they are while showing their impotence afraid of people saying "we will take this injustice no more" they are.
The police have surrounded the park and are setting up large lights to illuminate the park. The NYPD has decided this 24/7 park must now close at 10 pm. So shortly we expect them to engage in an effort to clear the park.
I will be adding streams and more tweets to this post as the evening progresses.
6:29 PM PT: Boston in Occupy Wall Street:
6:32 PM PT: _er0tikka:
6:36 PM PT: CourtneyKissMe:
6:54 PM PT: Timcast:
You have no idea how hard this is to do with a 18 pound cat in my lap.
6:56 PM PT: OccupyEye streaming from inside the camp:
7:05 PM PT:
— Patrick deHahn (@patrickdehahn) September 18, 2012
There is a tense standoff at the moment but I would expect the NYPD to clear out the park completely.
— Art Superheroes (@WikileaksTruck) September 18, 2012
8:35 PM PT:
— Andrew Foley (@TheAndrewFoley) September 18, 2012
— Scott DeFace (@cattyidiot) September 18, 2012
8:43 PM PT: So the cops finally move in and all the twitter feeds freeze?
Yeah that won't be noticed by anyone.
8:44 PM PT:
City Councilman Jumaane Williams pushed by #NYPD
— CrossXBones (@Cross_X_Bones) September 18, 2012
— Robin Iller (@RobinIller) September 18, 2012
— Joe Macare (@exileinflyville) September 18, 2012
spokesman for Councilman Jumaane D. Williams Council:
"Council Member Williams was in Zuccotti Park to observe and ensure that the rights of protesters are being protected, something which he has done at multiple Occupy Wall Street actions without incident. In the midst of a police action involving one protester, two NYPD officers approached the Council Member and pushed him while he tried to explain his purpose at the park. He was neither arrested nor injured during the incident. Council Member Williams will continue to work with the NYPD and protesters to ensure both the protection of First Amendment rights and the safety and security of our city."