Police Cancel Cleanup for Occupy Wall Street

Cecilia Vega reports on the latest news from the New York City protest.
1:23 | 10/14/11

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We're gonna Begin there on Wall Street the breaking news now about to protest their. The protesters refusing to -- this morning as police did threaten to move in and clear them out. ABC Cecilia Vega is there Cecile that we actually can just turn now the police have postponed the deadline for the crowd to actually move. Yes Josh there are several hundred protesters out here this morning and what had been an extremely. Tense situation. Quickly -- celebratory when word came down that they don't have to stay out of this park as -- studies protesters had been preparing for -- 7 AM deadline to move out. The property owners up this parks and that they had to leave because this park needed a good cleaning up power washing actually after -- -- -- out here. They sent this park had become unsanitary now protesters. -- refusing to leave police were on standby. Ready to move and then as He sent last night the protesters spent the entire evening -- this park themselves hoping to avoid. Stand up their attention here in New York City but there -- it appears there is tension mounting all around this country now. With the police in Denver -- an overnight in riot gear on protesters. Ten arrested overnight in Seattle back here again in New York City -- scene -- a celebratory won the cleanup goes on protests. -- chanting that the people of Wall Street will not be defeated it appears -- that occupation will go on.

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