The charges have been dropped against four people arrested at last Saturday's massive "Costumed-Roving-Street-Party-Apocalyptic-Dance-Rock-Battle" flash mob in Williamsburg, the Brooklyn Paper reports. The event was intended to lure party people into a direct action 'take back the streets' protest, but Capt. Dennis Fulton, commanding officer of Greenpoint’s 94th Precinct, wasn't impressed: "They said they were protesting high rent — and I guess ‘the man’ — but really, they were just individuals in their twenties that were there to have a good time. But what they actually did was waste my time and waste my resources by shutting down traffic and making it so emergency vehicles couldn’t get through." Get used to it, Fulton; a source quoted as "A. Panda" tells BP that since "everyone got their [sic] charges dropped, we should do it again!”
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