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Occupation of wall street

There is a perception that those who support the Occupy Wall Street protests are of a particular persuasion: patchouli-crusted recent Wesleyan grads who tap on Macbooks while groaning about corporations.
Our source at this year's Bilderberg conference told us that the Voice was ordered to publish the contents of the email in order to "expose the adorable fatuousness of the proletariat."
On Monday, the hacking group Anonymous revealed the personal information of NYPD Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna, who allegedly discharged pepper spray on demonstrators during Saturday's Occupy Wall Street protests.
Lying about having your parents' house foreclosed on—theatrically—certainly makes you and your cause look bad. But doesn't the middle class have a right to protest? Doesn't everyone have a right to protest?
Dr. Cornel West has become the third celebrity in the past 24 hours to visit the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park. Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon both paid their respects to the demonstrators.
Occupy Wall Street is streaming footage of Oscar-winning actress and activist Susan Sarandon at the camp site. Sarandon said, "It never changes from the top, it only changes from the bottom, and this is great."
Around 7:30 p.m. last night, filmmaker Michael Moore visited the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park and gave a brief speech. "I am so impressed by what I'm seeing here," Moore said.
Bologna formerly worked as the head of the First Precinct for five years until he was bumped up to Patrol Borough Manhattan South.
Witnesses, including our own photographer, tell us that the NYPD has been specifically targeting photographers and videographers for arrest.
"We have emergency vehicles to get through, people actually have jobs to get to, unlike these protestors, apparently," Peter Vallone, Jr. said.
Videos show NYPD officers corralling women with nets, indiscriminately discharging pepper spray, and tackling protestors near Union Square yesterday afternoon.
According to various eyewitnesses, police arrested one of the protestors because they were taking photographs. A legal observer with the National Lawyer's Guild was also prevented from visiting with detained because of an "emergency situation."
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