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Nonviolent protest in Atlanta
October 26, 2011 - Almost three weeks after starting the "occupation" of Woodruff Park, a large group of officers wearing eye goggles and some riot gear marched into the park and moved toward the group of approximately 50 protesters who'd volunteered to be arrested. They handcuffed the protesters with plastic ties and led — or in some cases, carried — them to a makeshift processing station at the foot of SunTrust Plaza.
"Occupy Atlanta was a network of folks that came together to take a very public stand against corporate greed and wealth disparity," said to Tim Franzen one of the spokespeople for Occupy Atlanta.
Uploaded: Jul 29, 2013
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