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Bloomberg must be arrested for contempt of court!

Oh! My!

Bloomberg must be arrested for contempt of court!!!!

Court Update:
Tuesday 11/15 at 4:53pm
Verdict in:
Judge rules AGAINST Occupy Wall Street having tents and sleeping bags.
Story and more links: here.

National Day of Action THIS THURSDAY, November 17th
Learn more at OccupyWallSt : here.

On Thursday, Nov 17, 2011, Long Islanders will meet at Penn Station, at the LI RR Waiting Room at 3:30pm to join up with occupiers in New York City.


Mayor Bloomberg really is throwing his weight around. The NYC Police and Mayor Bloomberg evicted Occupy Wall Street protesters at Liberty Square last night, and threw out their belongings.

Members of the Occupy Wall Street legal team found a judge in the middle of the night, and at 6:30am, the judge issued a temporary restraining order saying that they should not be (or have been) evicted.

Mayor Bloomberg is at a press conference this morning. He is saying that he heard there is a judge’s ruling, but has not read it through. But, since he doesn’t know all the details, the paperwork is DELAYING his decision to let people back into Liberty Square. Bloomberg knows that the ruling is to let people stay, but he is playing a game, and saying he doesn’t know the terms under which they can stay. So, he is (wrongly) (obstinately) (in defiance of a judge) making the judge and the protesters wait to reopen Liberty Square/Zucotti Park.


Democracy Now! Is covering this closely. Here are some facts gleaned from listening to Democracy Now! this morning:

Danny Alterman
Liberty Park Legal Working Group

3am contacted Judge Lucy Billings of NY State Supreme Court
Met between 5am and 6am
Restraining Police from evicting occupiers
6:30am Judge signed order
Court hearing today at 11am at 71 Thomas Street

Thomas Street
Corner of West Broadway and Thomas
One block south of Worth Street


Tuesday afternoon, The Guardian UK reports:

“2.58pm: The number of journalists arrested during today’s events has risen to at least seven, by my count. Six were carrying NYPD accreditation, and one had UN accreditation.”

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