Sunday, October 30, 2011

Tried & Tested: OWS snowed on & shouted at

RussiaToday on Oct 30, 2011
Police in Denver have moved into the camp of the Occupy Wall Street protesters, arresting those who refuse to leave. It comes just hours after a massive stand-off that saw pepper spray and tear gas fired into the crowd. In this footage we can see police dispersing the crowd of activists. Meanwhile, in the states of Tennessee and California, more than 50 people were arrested when squads swept through their camps, removing tents, tables and other belongings. The movement has already been tested by snowstorms in Colorado, with harsh conditions expected to hit America's East Coast. Protesters in New York are getting ready to withstand blizzards, after local authorities stripped them of their power supplies. But as Gayane Chichakyan reports, neither arrests nor the upcoming winter, are likely to shake their determination.


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