Occupy Wall Street Comes to Brooklyn, Promptly Arrested

occupy wall street arrests Occupy Wall Street Comes to Brooklyn, Promptly Arrested

Let's foreclose on the jail house! (WCBS)

A small group of Occupy Wall Street protestors crossed the river today, arriving in the borough of Kings for the first time since the mass arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge. They were there to protest foreclosures, which they did by occupying a foreclosure auction at the country courthouse. Things turned out kinda how they have been since the protests launched almost a month ago: a mix of excitement and annoyance from the onlookers, some middling chants, and eventually, handcuffs.

Brownstoner was on-hand, shooting video of what transpired. You can watch more there, but this is our favorite:

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again—these guys sure know how to pick a tune.

mchaban [at] observer.com | @MC_NYC

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