Money Talks: Judge Reverses earlier ruling, Rules Occupy Protesters Cannot Stay Overnight In Zuccotti Park

The #OWS movement has suffered a temporary setback after winning an earlier injunction allowing them to camp in the park.

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One comment on “Money Talks: Judge Reverses earlier ruling, Rules Occupy Protesters Cannot Stay Overnight In Zuccotti Park

  1. The answer to the unanswered question is that Brookfield Properties purchased Zoccotti Park as part of a “deal” in which they agreed to purchase and maintain Zoccotti Park as a public space in order to circumvent city ordinances in their other properties. So this was a “pay-off” in order to “break the law.” It doesn’t seem quite correct to me that if the agreement was to maintain this park as a public space, to then have the right to claim “private property” rights.

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