Video From Occupy Wall Street at Zuccotti Park Standoff

This morning, we took a moment to capture a bit of the action at Zuccotti Park in the wake of the late night, NYPD eviction of the encampment that had lasted almost two months.

Here, a participant in the Occupy Wall Street movement talks about the judge’s restraining order stating protestors must be allowed entrance to Zuccotti Park (pending a hearing), and the NYPD’s non-compliance:

Activists sing “We Shall Not Be Moved” while linking arms around the park:

Demonstrators took to using the “human microphone” call-and-response to read aloud the text of the temporary restraining order granting them access to Zuccotti Park, as the NYPD stood by in silence:

 

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