After Encampment Ends, Nyc Occupiers Become Nomads

NEW YORK (AP) -- It was only a few nights after the Occupy protesters began sleeping in his church sanctuary when the Rev. Bob Brashear realized that his laptop was missing....

Senh: The Occupy movement have been out of the news lately. Is it still relevant? Maybe the cold's getting to them.

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  • After Occupy Wall Street Encampment Ends, NYC Protesters Become Nomads
    consuming at least $20,000 of the funds that Occupy Wall Street still has in its coffers. Their existence is being hotly debated at Occupy meetings: Are these people truly "Occupiers" who deserve free food and a roof over their heads? "We don't do this out ...
    01/11/2012 - 8:14 pm | View Link
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