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Occupy Protester Gets $50K Settlement for Pepper Spraying by NYPD Officer
Occupy Protester Gets $50K Settlement for Pepper Spraying by NYPD Officer

July 21, 2015
deputy inspector's notorious pepper-spraying of Occupy Wall Street protesters in 2011 has cost the city

In Oregon, Law Enforcement Faces Dilemma in Confronting Armed Group

January 4, 2016
the occupiers of buildings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge from coming and going as they pleased

Alternative Restraint Bench
Alternative Restraint Bench

October 30, 2015
wood or solid steel. Minor assembly required; mounting hardware included. When not occupied

Oregon Governor Calls on Feds to Act Against Armed Group

January 22, 2016
but so far have avoided doing anything that might provoke a confrontation. One occupier was arrested

Oakland Pays Occupy Protesters $693K to Settle Excessive Force Claims

December 12, 2013
by Occupy Oakland protesters who alleged they were the victims of police brutality

The Crowd
The Crowd

July 2, 2015
" five years ago or "occupy" folks two years ago; tomorrow they may wear a "Guy Fawkes" mask and wield

Occupy Wall Street Protester Convicted of Assaulting NYPD Officer

May 6, 2014
The last of the Occupy Wall Street protesters to go on trial could face seven years in jail

A Mess in Minneapolis
A Mess in Minneapolis

December 3, 2015
, and Molotov cocktails, and fire gunshots at the besieged police with veritable impunity. The occupying mob

Rough Occupy L.A. Arrest
Rough Occupy L.A. Arrest

November 30, 2011
Video footage surfaced Wednesday showing showing the rough arrest of a man in the Occupy L

Oakland Cop Discusses Occupy Role
Oakland Cop Discusses Occupy Role

November 14, 2011
Oakland Police Officer Fred Shavies responds to claims that he infiltrated the Occupy movement

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