This morning, there seems to be a few reports circulating that suggest Occupy DC (also known as Occupy K St) was evicted yesterday night. There was a lot of action from the park police as a non-permanent structure declared unsafe by the park police was dismantled and thirty-one people were arrested. However, throughout the day, this action unfolded in one quadrant of the park.
|By: Kevin Gosztola Monday December 5, 2011 2:50 pm|
|By: Charlie Grapski Monday October 10, 2011 6:30 pm|
It is now time for those who reported the initial perceptions of the D.C. protests to go back to this story and re-report it in light of the evidence. They should be asking tough questions and seeking to gather even more of the evidence. What do the authorities have to say about this and have they been informed? Does the Museum intend to press charges? How do the publishers and chief editors of The American Spectator explain his behavior, their publication, and their attempts to later hide the truth?
|By: RFShunt Monday October 10, 2011 8:45 am|
This video taken by one of the participants of the demonstration at the Air and Space Museum shows protestors (and legal counsel) telling what happened during the pepper spray incident in Washington DC on Saturday, in their own words.