Protesting Wall Street

Thousands of demonstrators protesting corporate greed filled Times Square.
2:15 | 10/15/11

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The occupy Wall Street protesters are gaining momentum while basking in what they -- a small victory. They were not kicked out of the -- park as planned yesterday for cleaning and the movement is now going global this morning in Tokyo Japan. Marchers protested against social disparity unemployment and the nuclear crisis. There were also demonstrations in the Philippines and Australia as well. Eyewitness News reporter Marcus Solis joins us live from lower Manhattan. With more on today's events of where this whole thing began market. Yes. The morning bill yes well protesters indeed still at the park after yesterday's about face by the city and the park's owners. Meantime there are additional protests planned. For New York City and beyond. They play drums picked up donated food from an improvised kitchen and got ready for another night of sleeping outside. This is what's become business as usual protesters still -- -- -- part. Yesterday the park's owners Brookfield properties decided not to clear -- the demonstrators in order to clean the park. Brookfield says He won't negotiate with protesters about how the park may be used it's unclear when those discussions might happen. Meantime city officials say a compromise may be in the works to find another location possibly Battery Park. During the day some demonstrators were roughed up during clashes with police in one instance an officer moved on to demand a large crowd of people many with cameras -- swarmed around them. In another incident -- protestor was run over by an officer on -- scooter. As He was free in his foot He knocked over the scooter and cops moved in in total police made fifteen arrests and -- Back to the -- some people sent out an anti war message we're tired of the wars -- -- Over 5000 American soldiers are dead in these wars but for most the message is economic injustice. We -- When -- president bill today it's been going on for too long the one person needs to start. Came back to -- -- -- percent. Wall Street investment different businesses that are out there that we -- a profit. Well there are people out here that are human capital that are looking for jobs -- look for opportunities to grow best -- come here. On tap today anti war protesters plan to join the group they're also process march is planned for Washington Square Park and -- square.

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