Further Questions Raised in the Aftermath of the Police Action Against Occupy Wall…


Further Questions Raised in the Aftermath of the Police Action Against Occupy Wall Street
Possible indications that electronic equipment was deliberately ruined, says Isaac Wilder.

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Did Police Smash Occupy Wall Street Laptops? [PICS]

Isaac Wilder, an active member of the Occupy Wall Street movement, reportedly snapped photos of destroyed laptops confiscated from protesters during NYPD raids Nov. 17.
Last week we wrote about Wilder’s Free Network Foundation, which is bringing Internet connectivity to the Occupy Wall Street protesters in Zuccotti Park. The organization’s equipment, along with the belongings of hundreds of protesters, were taken by sanitation workers during last week’s raid. Wilder was attempting to retrieve…

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  • Andrew Stergiou

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    That is the NYPD daily SOP with street people on the street level where have they been? I watched as entire blocks were ethnically cleansed by NYPD officers late at night when the street people came out to sell second habd stuff. First the cops tell them to move on and leave the stuff, after kicking through it NYPD has the Sanitation crews sweep it all into the streets regardless of weither it was a King James or Gutenburg Bible, then the street sweepers took it all away to the dump. The daily SOP for years (decades).