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Last night, various unions, school students and employees, & health care workers joined the Occupy Wall Street Protesters. At least 20 or more protesters were arrested, along with some reporters. They were kettled, clubbed, and pepper-sprayed. The massive protest started out in a very peaceful and even celebratory manner. However, when a group decided to march on Wall Street and engage in civil disobedience, the chaos occurred. (Frankly, I think the police got really nervous from the huge crowd.) Also, an enormous police presence remained in other parts of NYC, where the atmosphere remained calm. Countdown with Keith Olbermann reports:
Here is an aerial view from yesterday’s massive march:
On â€śThe Last Word with Lawrence Oâ€™Donnellâ€ť of MSNBC (A MoxNews video), the newscaster explain how Fox never put this interview on air, even though an eloquent speaker, named Jesse, explained it all perfectly. Also, a class action law suit was filed yesterday for the entrapment of protesters at Brooklyn Bridge this past Saturday. Earlier this week, many protesters dressed up as zombies when they marched passed the New York Stock Exchange. In addition, Ben Bernanke (a Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) spoke about the protesters, stating that generally, â€śpeople are quite unhappy with the state economyâ€¦and they are dissatisfied with policy response here in Washingtonâ€ť He admits that he cannot blame the people for speaking out. Furthermore, the Transit Workersâ€™ Union Local 100 of New York is in solidarity with â€śOccupy Wall Streetâ€ť and will be joining the protest.
Additionally, â€śThe Place for Politicsâ€ť from MSNBC covers the newest on how â€śOccupy Wall Streetâ€ť expects one of the largest marches today with several unions, including the United Federation of Teachers & The Transit Workersâ€™ Union Local 100 of New York.
St.Louis PD has barricaded the Bank of America building and is refusing customer access to their own personalÂ deposits. As we all know, Bank of America announced last week that they would begin toÂ charge all of it’s customers a $5 monthly fee for all debit cardholders. For some , this was the last straw for the customers who have already experienced personal tragedies associated with B of A such as closed credit card lines and foreclosed homes.
An eye witness account is in following video.
Eye witness states that :
‘They would not let me get past that barricade, where those three guys are. I talked to the liutenant of the St. Louis Police Department – and he said they [customers?] don’t have a legal right – but he was going to try to work out something, a symbolic gesture where eight people to pull out their money, I being one of them.’
He came back later and said they [BofA] will not go along with that. You will have to withdraw your money online.’
Note that the Bank of America web site has been intermittently in and out of service for the last 72 hours, making it difficult, if not impossible for customers to access their accounts.
What can the public legally do?Â We note that reports advise us that it is a felony to “cause a run on the banks”. That noted, you have every right to take your money elsewhere, most are moving there money to LocalÂ Credit Unions.
*The Truth Denied simply reports the stories as we see them.Â We have no suggestions other than toÂ please consider moving your money elsewhere carefully. Make your own decisions based on your own personal financial needs. We are not here to make these choices for you. Do your homework. *
Food, water, high energy meals/snacks, ready-to-eat meals, canned drinks/juices, dried/fresh fruit, crackers/chips/cookies/nuts, bread, non-refrigerated foods, peanut butter, jelly, vegetables, food not bombs, southern california farmers, first aid kits, various sized bandages, sterile dressing, hand sanitizer, anti-septic wipes, non-latex gloves, adhesive tape, anti-bacterial ointment, cold packs, scissors/tweezers, waterproof matches, aspirin, antacids, anti-diarrhea meds, bleach, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, personal medications, pet food, baby/personal wipes
Disposable plates / bowls, disposable cups, disposable utensils, toilet paper, bleach, feminine hygiene, garbage bags, sunblock, sunglasses, batteries a aa aaa c d, battery powered radio, non-electrical can openers, utility knife, tape, pliers, wrench, compass, whistle, tents, plastic containers, paper, writing utensils, emergency contact info for each person (on them), umbrellas, napkins/paper towels, sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, fire extinguisher, books/games/puzzles, moist towelettes/handwipes, local maps (locations), solar powered battery chargers
Cardboard Boxes (for signs or storage)
Bag ofÂ grass seed to replace an area with grass that was worn out. Â
Wooden Pallets (keep food/supplies off ground at the park)
Where you can deliver the donations:
Drop it off on the Spring Street steps of City Hall: 200 North Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Our Mailbox Address: The UPS Store, ATTN: OccupyLA, 645 W. 9th Street, Unit 110-253, Los Angeles, CA 90015.
*please notice the correction to the Unit number, it is 110-253.
Thank you everyone who is asking in regards to donations. We appreciate all of your support!
“Occupy LA Food committee would like to let it be known that anyone is welcome to bring any and all food at their convenience. Look for the food station (blue tops). This is the priority food groups needed:
Clothes!Â They are requesting SOCKS!Â Hand warmers, thick Jackets, plastic sheeting, * anything to keep them warm and dry.Rain Boots Warm sweat shirts, blankets,towels and wash cloths and let’s not forget the Tents!
Blankets, sleeping bags, tarps,& Did we say TENTS? Yes Tents!
Sandbags Sandbags Sandbags (drive to location and drop off)
Big Orange Cones
Office Supplies : Staplers, paper clips (large and small), pencil holders, TAPE, paper,
Tables and chairs
Battery Powered lights
***RELAYS NEEDED ASAP****
switchesÂ & routers
Medical Team is asking for :
Ice and Ziplock Bags, gauze, Bandaids, Antibiotic creams , & splints .LOZENGES for throat
Rolling Cabinets (for medication)
NOTE:Â If you are feeling ill whilst at the protests, PLEASE see the medical team, they are happy to help.
If you would like to attend CITY COUNCIL MEETING Meeting occured see below:
Date: Wednesday October 5, 2011
Time:Â 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM noon
Where: 200 North Spring Street
Why:Â Support Occupy LA to promote solidarity between those who are protesting and government.Â All supporters are welcome.
***UPDATE ON CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS****Â Â AS OF October 5, 2011
According to those who attended the meeting, the City Council is on the side of Occupy and will do what they can to help. City Council members have endorsed Occupy La. YEAH!
Tuesday October 11, 2011 10:00 AM another meeting with Occupy and City Council.
Date: Wednesday October 11, 2011
Time:Â 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM noon
Where: 200 North Spring Street
Why:Â This is the SECOND meeting to ask forÂ Support Occupy LA to promote solidarity between those who are protesting and government.Â All supporters are welcome.
If you want to apply to be a moderator contact : OccupyLamedia@live.com
Occupy Wall Street has spread to Chicago, Denver, Maine, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Wichita, local campuses, and more! RT News interviews Don Debar (activist & journalist), who says â€śPeople have no confidence in their economic â€¦and political structure.â€ť He also explains how the US mainstream media implicates the protesters as â€śviolentâ€ť when we know very well that they are peaceful. Furthermore, it has been reported that this Thursday, October 6, that there will be a massive rally in Washington.
September 30, 2001, The Truth Denied interviewed a special guest (Howard Stein) about the possibility of a polar shift event, FEMA, modifications in military training for martial law and “public round-ups”! Can this be for real?! The planet has already been knocked off it’s axis more than once! What is going on? See the video:
Hundreds of protesters were arrested Saturday, supposedly for disorderly conduct and impeding traffic. Witnesses have said that the protesters were cornered off the both sides of the Brooklyn Bridge. Then those protesters that were led onto the Brooklyn-bound roadway were soon arrested. However, let it be known that NOT all the NYPD participated.
2 photos donated by Dan Onfire, one of our men on the ground! Thanks Dan! Look for the interviews coming up with people on the ground in NYC!
We haveÂ acquired an updated list ofÂ the needs of the protesters of Occupy Wall Street.
UPDATED: The Occupiers are requesting for weather/winter gear/clothing, as well as their usual 4G cards and video equipment. Also, they are stillÂ in need of a few big patio umbrellas and are currently low on food.
Please no cash, no checks, money orders only and no food.
SEND PACKAGES TO UPS STORE
118a Fulton Street #205
New York, NY 10038
Attn: OCCUPY WALL STREET
Needs: baby powder, clothing (the weather is getting colder), especially socks, raincoats, batteries, Energizer (Energy-To-Go) batteries (xp18000) for portable mobile devices, medical supplies, , teas, laundry soap, dish soap, rubber gloves for handling food, blankets, tarpsÂ & water.
Camping Gear: metal containers, metal cups, & utensils
They also need big Rubbermaid containers to store leftover food
OFFICIAL DONATION SITE For Protesters Updated 9-28-2011 DONATE
Keith Olbermann interviewed Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont Thursday night (September 29th) about the â€śOccupy Wall Streetâ€ť protests. The Senator explains why it is so important to focus on Wall Street. He states that â€śWe have six financial institutions that control 60% of the assetsâ€¦we need real Wall Street reform.â€ť From Current News: