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Occupy Asheville: Free Speech or Rule by Decree?

It appears that Occupy Asheville is suffering from the same egocentric policies that crippled the Tea Party movement. I notice that no details about specific statements were given that would have resulted in her ouster by “consensus”. At least Occupy … Continue reading

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Asheville police arrest Vets after midnight in Veterans Day protest downtown

¬†On November 11, 2011 persons identifying themselves as Occupy Asheville held a vigil at the Vance Monument in downtown Asheville. Approximately 40 persons attended the vigil which began at 9:30 pm. The park where Vance Monument is located closes at … Continue reading

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Four More Arrests from Occupy Asheville – Occupy Raleigh Is Not Keeping Up

Asheville Police Department arrests four Occupy Asheville participants The Asheville Police Department arrested four Occupy Asheville participants on Nov. 5. for alleged actions on Nov. 2. According to warrants from the Buncombe County Magistrate’s Office, Natalie Nicolay, Lisa Landis, Joseph … Continue reading

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24 Arrested at Occupy Asheville

Twenty-four occupiers were arrested yesterday in Asheville for violating the city’s 10 PM park curfew. Based on the article below, the police are trying to accommodate the “needs” of the protesters while balancing the wishes of politicians who may or … Continue reading

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Occupy Arrests: Oakland, Atlanta and Asheville

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The following video contains footage directly from Oakland, CA and Atlanta, GA concerning the civil unrest and arrests associated with the occupation: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOAQh7snP4Q Eight people were arrested last night in Asheville, NC bringing the total to fifteen arrests. The organizers … Continue reading

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