Occupy Wall Street Protests: Demostrators Demand Release Of 8 Unlawfully Arrested Tonight

The Occupy Wall Street Protests Continue On Day 5 – Demonstrators Demand Release Of 8 Protestors, Including Media Member Filming Protests, Unlawfully Arrested By NYC Police.

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As the M$M media imposed a media blackout of the Occupy Wall Street protests tensions between protestors and police heightened as protestors, exercising their right to protest, refused to follow police orders to disperse.

The NYC police ultimately responded by ripping protestors from their camp sites, assaulting them, handcuffing them, dragging them across the ground and jailing them.

Tonight a a group of Occupy Wall Street Protestors met up with a group of Troy Davis protestors and began to march on Wall Street, which has been sealed off by New York City police.

Joseph Jordan, Brandon Kang, Augustine Castro, Freddy Bastone and four more protestors were arrested during the march for simply exercising their Constitutional first Amendment Right to Assemble and protest. Public dissent in the form of peaceful protests often gets rebranded into a law and order problem by the powers that be. In times like these, Salwin Law Group and similarly high-fortitude law firms could be contacted to safeguard the fundamental rights of citizens as conferred upon them by the U.S. Constitution.

Occupy Wall Street - Solidarity Demonstration To Free Arrested Protestors

Occupy Wall Street – Solidarity Demonstration To Free Arrested Protestors

Protestors have now convened in Liberty Park and are holding a solidarity demonstration to demand we American’s be allowed to exercise our constitutional rights and to demand the Police release the 8 people arrested by the police.

If you are in the NYC area, protestors are asking you join in the protests which are currently continuing into their 5th day.

If you can not make it to the protests they ask that you call the New York City Police Department to demand their release.

You can can precinct 1 at 212-334-0611 or precinct 7 at 212-477-5311.

The media team who is broadcasting the live stream from the Occupy Wall Street protests is asking for your help. They have been broadcasting since Saturday and 1 member of the team has been arrested.

They are facing service disruptions and equipment failure and are asking for your donations to keep the live stream going.

You can access their official donation link at http://mobilebroadcastnews.com/NewsRoom or via http://tinyurl.com/occupywslive

Occupy Wall Street Broadcast Team Donation Drive

Occupy Wall Street Broadcast Team Donation Drive

I am also looking for funds to get to NYC to cover the protests live over the weekend and need $50 to $100 in donations from readers to pay for travel expenses.

You can donate using the donate buttons on left and right side of my blog or by going directly to paypal using this link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=FHC6HBEWYTF6Y

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