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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Occupy Santa Cruz protesters who attempted to close their Bank of America accounts were denied service last week because, according to the branch manager, "you can not be a protester and a customer at the same time."

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Second Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: 24 Occupy Wall Street demonstrators were locked inside the La Guardia Place Citibank branch and arrested for criminal trespassing. They were attempting to close their bank account at the time.

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Demonstrator Felix Rivera-Pitre, who was involved in a serious altercation with an NYPD officer, spoke out in the aftermath of the incident to insist that he did nothing to provoke Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona's right hook.

"The cop just lunged at me full throttle a

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Police Brutality of the Day: Though this morning's confrontation at Zuccotti Park was called off at the last minute when the park's owner decided to postpone its clean-up project, police still managed to clash with Occupy Wall Street protesters celebrating their "victory."

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Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day: A tense standoff between police and Occupy Wall Street protesters was quickly defused as word came down from Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway that Brookfield Properties, owners of Zuccotti Park, have postponed the park cleaning that would have forced

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Beautification Project of the Day: Speaking of which, the Occupy Wall Street protest may be coming to abrupt halt.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who recently told demonstrators they were welcome to occupy Zuccotti Park "indefinitely," visited the movement's home base today to tell those present they would have t

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Musical Guest of the Day: Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello stopped by Occupy Wall Street today to perform "This Land Is Your Land," be a general badass.

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