Occupy Evicted From Zuccotti Again


Occupy Wall Street protesters were hoping to celebrate the six-month anniversary of the movement Saturday night at its birthplace in New York’s Zuccotti Park, but it wasn’t much of a celebration. Dozens of protesters were arrested just before midnight as the police evicted them from the downtown space—again. About 300 people were gathered there at the time. “It’s just a reminder that we’re here,” said Brendan Burke, one of the protesters. “It’s an opportunity to remind Wall Street that we aren’t going anywhere.”