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Saturday, November 19, 2011

O.W.S. in the news 11-19-2011 afternoon

A historical precedent that might prove a bonus for Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street deserves more attention than the Tea Party
Occupy Wall Street as law of the land
Occupy Wall Street joins SOA Watch protesters in Columbus
Retired Supreme Court Judge was ‘manhandled by cop after witnessing police brutality at Zuccotti Park raids’

Wall Street Fears Occupy Wall Street? - "According to a leaked memo, the lobbying firm proposed to the American Bankers Association that “opposition research” on Occupy Wall street needs to be conducted to build “negative narratives” about the protests and politicians that are leaning towards supporting the movement."

Lobbying firm's memo spells out plan to undermine Occupy Wall Street
Did The City Purposefully Destroy Occupy Wall Street's Property?
Occupy protests spread to US college campuses
Apps for occupiers make organizing, communicating and sharing easier
Africa sees 'Occupy Wall Street' as positive sign, leading prelate says

Photos/Video: The Occupy Wall Street "Bat Signal" Projections
Young Jeezy Speaks On Occupy Wall Street
At Occupy Wall Street: Some Arrests; Some Midday Chaos At Park
Occupy Wall Street : An Anthem for the Movement – Video
Elizabeth Nichols, Occupy Portland Protester Pepper Sprayed In The Face, Identified

'Occupy The SEC' Scrutinizes The Volcker Rule For Loopholes
R.E.M.'s Mike Mills Speaks In Support Of Occupy Wall Street
Federal Gov't Surely Behind Occupy Wall Street Crackdowns
UC Davis Police Pepper-Spray Seated Students In Occupy Dispute

"Pepper spray is banned for use in war by Article I.5 of the Chemical Weapons Convention which bans the use of all riot control agents in warfare whether lethal or less-than-lethal. In the US, when pepper spray is used in the workplace, OSHA requires a pepper spray MSDS be available to all employees.", quote from wikipedia.org page on "pepper spray".

"Tear gas
The use of chemical weapons such as tear gas (CS) and pepper spray (OC) has come under increasing scrutiny and criticism due to studies showing serious long term side effects. Many police forces are no longer exposing their members to the chemicals during training." , another set of information on non-leathal weapons at wikipedia.org.

Occupy movement in NC takes stock after 2 months
Occupy Wall Street Draws Massive Turnout Across the Nation
Boston protesters denounce raid on Occupy Wall Street
Occupy JP movement begins
American Library Association Defends Occupy Wall Street Library

ALA Condemns Seizure of Occupy Wall Street People's Library
Occupy Wall Street's message for lawyers
21 arrested in Occupy Las Vegas protest
Occupy heads back to streets
Protestors want to "Occupy" Innis Park

Occupy protestors reinvigorate buy-local. buy-American debate

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