Occupy Movement

7:54am

Wed August 1, 2012
The Two-Way

'Pepper Spray Cop' Is No Longer On UC Davis Police Force

Nov. 18, 2011: Occupy protesters get sprayed at University of California Davis.
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"Lt. John Pike, the UC Davis police officer who became a focal point of last November's pepper-spraying incident during a campus protest, is no longer employed by the university," a school spokesman confirmed to The Sacramento Bee Tuesday evening.

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12:14pm

Wed July 25, 2012
The Two-Way

Reports Finds 'Widespread Human Rights Violations' In Policing Of Occupy Protests

Originally published on Wed July 25, 2012 2:21 pm

An Occupy Wall Street protestor is arrested in Zuccotti Park July 11, 2012, in New York.
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The New York Police Department has shown "a pattern of abusive and unaccountable protest policing" during the Occupy protests, a wide consortium of legal experts detail in a report (PDF) issued today.

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4:38pm

Mon June 11, 2012
The Two-Way

From Our Readers: Don't Be That Guy (Fawkes)

When we asked whether the Occupy movement has "crashed or just begun," "Rock Trimlove" took issue with our image of a protester in the Guy Fawkes mask, pointing out that the mask was worn by hacker group Anonymous "long before the 'Occupy' movement began." Ultimately, however, the commenter found the picture to

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8:37am

Mon June 11, 2012
The Two-Way

Has 'Occupy' Crashed Or Just Begun?

Protesters, some affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement, at the NATO summit in Chicago last month.
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Occupy Wall Street's founding forum has declared that the movement's "first generation is succumbing to an insidious institutionalization and ossification that could be fatal to our young spiritual insurrection unless we leap over it right now."

And Canada's Adbusters website, which kicked off the Occupy idea last year, says that "putting our movement back on track will take nothing short of a revolution within Occupy."

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4:20pm

Wed May 16, 2012
The Two-Way

Video Evidence Helps Acquit Student in First Occupy Wall Street Trial

Originally published on Wed May 16, 2012 4:32 pm

Occupy Wall Street protesters march through in an impoverished community in December 2011.
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Alexander Arbuckle, the defendant in the first Occupy Wall Street case to go to trial, has been found not guilty after video of the incident he was involved in showed him breaking no laws. The Village Voice reports:

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