Police Announce Plans To Sue Occupy Wall Street Demonstrators

A police officer’s union put Occupy Wall Street on notice today by saying that they will pursue legal claims against any protesters who injure any of its members

“In light of the growing violence attendant to the ‘Occupy’ movements across the country, particularly as evidenced by the recent events in Oakland, I am compelled to place these so-called ‘occupiers’ on notice that physical assaults on police officers will not be tolerated, said Ed Mullins, president of the five thousand member Sergeant’s Benevolent Association of the New York City Police Department. “Any assault on a police officer is not only punishable as a felony in the State of New York, but will also be met with swift and certain legal action by the SBA, which will seek monetary damages against any individual who causes injury to a New York City Sergeant.” Read More

Police Announce Plans To Sue Occupy Wall Street Demonstrators