|By: Brian Sonenstein Monday December 3, 2012 9:26 am|
|By: Elliott Saturday June 30, 2012 9:18 am|
Livestream with Brian Sonenstein at the Occupy National Gathering on how to avoid eviction
|By: Zach Tomanelli Wednesday April 18, 2012 7:15 am|
After an unfavorable ruling this week from the 2nd Circuit Court, Occupy New Haven voluntarily disassembled most of their camp. But police moved in at 8:00 a.m. eastern this morning to make arrests and clear out the remaining tents. Check out the livestream
|By: Elliott Monday February 27, 2012 4:55 pm|
|By: Occupy Buffalo Monday February 20, 2012 9:45 am|
Statement from the Network of Religious Communities with regard to the forcible removal of the Occupy Buffalo site from Niagara Square.
|By: ghostof911 Monday February 6, 2012 7:15 pm|
Occupy Delaware made its march to Spencer Plaza in the heart of downtown Wilmington, Delaware on November 6, 2011. It pitched its first tents on November 10, 2011. With the help of the ACLU, it secured its right to remain in the Plaza by taking its case to Chancery Court where judge Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock III issued a restraining order against the City of Wilmington on behalf of the protesters. In an effort to avoid a court case involving First Amendment freedom of speech issues that it mostly likely would have lost, the City then offered the protesters a deal, which in effect gives Occupy Delaware the right to remain as an encampment in Spencer Plaza as long as it chooses.
|By: Kevin Gosztola Thursday February 2, 2012 6:45 am|
The city had police move on Occupy Buffalo early in the morning after it decided not to renew the occupation’s permit for Niagara Square. At least ten were arrested and tents and personal property were bulldozed. Occupiers had been offered an agreement, which they turned down. After midnight, they were in Niagara Square without a permit but the city could have continued to negotiate with Occupy Buffalo and chose to carry out an eviction instead.
|By: Scarecrow Tuesday January 24, 2012 5:25 pm|
After 118 days of continued protest on the corner of Main St and Esplanade, Lexington, Kentucky police, under the supervision of Mayor Jim Gray, came by Tuesday between 12:30-1 PM and confiscated occupiers’ tents and canopies.
The police brought more trailers than they needed. All in all, it only took 5-10 officers to confiscate the property.
|By: Kevin Gosztola Wednesday January 18, 2012 8:50 pm|
The Mayor and authorities in Syracuse, New York are still threatening to evict Occupy Syracuse, and that may happen at any time tonight or early morning Thursday. We will have this live ustream video up during the night in case anything happens.
|By: Brian Sonenstein Tuesday January 10, 2012 10:00 am|
Occupy Pittsburgh has called for a day of action and solidarity today against their impending eviction from People’s Park. This morning was Occupy Pittsburgh’s preliminary injunction hearing, and they have planned a big demonstration outside the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh starting at 3:30PM. The group will then march on BNY Mellon and onto People’s Park to protest the lawsuit and their eviction.