More photos from the (re)Occupation of June 1st, as promised. Sorry it took so long.
Kyle set up Sanitation for the (re)Occupation.
The NYPD read about the FaceBook event and were set up and ready for us.
Part of the crowd
More of the crowd
The bus parked at 100 Broadway.
The NYPD guarding the bus.
Bedding down for the night on the sidewalk outside Trinity Wall Street Church
The NYPD guarding Liberty Park (aka Zuccotti Park)
The night sidewalk on Broadway opposite Wall Street
More Occupiers bedding down around Wall Street
Left to right: Angry Pacifist, Laura, Josh.
Some Occupiers stayed awake in the park all night long.
Making music in the park while the NYPD hovers always close by.
A sleepful protest at TD Bank, 2 Wall Street.
As the night goes on the sidewalk fills up in front of Trinity Wall Street Church
I.B. reclaims his spot.
Mouse wishes us “peace”
Laura and JuJu.
The sunrise brought a flood of uniforms to roust Occupiers and try to disperse them.
Timoney getting orders from downtown on how to proceed.
The NYPD trying to make Stacey & Felix move from their protest at TD Bank, 2 Wall Street
The illegal harassment across the street at Trinity continues . . .
Explaining our rights and the reality of the situation to deaf ears.
More White Shirts arrive to attempt to intimidate Stacey & Felix.
White Shirts, Blue Shirts and Detectives crowd around Stacey & Felix as Will arrives to give support
The NYPD keeps trying to move Stacey, but she knows her rights and does not obey the illegal order to disperse.
Note the Downtown Alliance vehicle — the Downtown Alliance wages a war against homeless people in the Financial District.
More police and more Occupiers stand off as Stacey & Felix continue to protest despite orders to disperse.
The stand-off continues . . .
We will not be moved!
We have to explain the situation to the NYPD over and over again because they have a lot of trouble understanding “no”.
While back across the street at Trinity the sidewalk fills up with police.
The NYPD trying to look like they have control of the situation, but they have no control at all.
The sidewalk at Trinity still occupied.
Unable to move any of the Occupiers, the NYPD turns their attention to our bus . . .
Felix went to protect the bus, and is immediately detained without cause.
White Shirts and Detectives circle the bus.
The NYPD discussing how much they are willing to break the law in order to prevent us from exercising our unalienable rights.
Not a single sign of intelligent life behind those badges.
The picture of ignorance.
Stacey wins! The protest continues. Just say “No!” to unlawful orders!
Back at Liberty Park the special forces of the NYPD stand guard and try to be intimidating.
Cops, cops and more cops . . . the 1% are frightened!
This is what fear looks like — the fear of the 1%: that the 99% gets together and realizes another world is possible.
It is not a free city that has “Community Affairs” officers ready to kill.
Solidarity with the 99% in Turkey.
From Gezi Park to Zuccotti Park, we are all One.
Turkish-Americans protest in support of Gezi Park and Occupy Wall Street.
You are not alone! And you are not a loan, either.
The park alive with free people again!
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