Occupy Wall Street Movement Told to Move

Police are under orders to clear the protesters from a park.
2:22 | 10/13/11

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-- showdown that is shaping up tonight here in New York where the nationwide wave of anti Wall Street protests began almost a month ago. The -- a Wall Street demonstrators are dug in hundreds camping out in downtown park but Mayor Bloomberg has ordered police to clear them out at daybreak. ABC Cecilia Vega reports on that looming standoff. So far the -- Wall Street protests have been mostly peaceful. Moments of clashed with police at 700 arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge. Pepper spray at the national air and space yeah. Right here in Boston. And now fears tonight that Wall Street protesters at the center after. It's nationwide movement could be headed for an ugly confrontation with New York police. The real estate company that owns the public park near Wall Street is demanding eight cleanup. They say the hundreds who have been living there for the last month have created unhealthy and unsanitary conditions. Police say all the protesters must leave by 7 AM tomorrow or they'll move them out. His brother probably have you known as the right -- was. Regularly. But protesters worry this is all a ploy to destroy the movement and tonight protesters are vowing not to leave. I'm concerned that they're trying. Got to leave it really I think we'll be up again. The push to clear the park Cummings of the -- Wall Street protest is starting to get criticism for being unfocused. Without specific demands for change last night Bill Clinton weighed in. They're gonna have to kind of transfer of their energies at some point. To. Making some specific suggestions. Gaining political ground with specific demands might have to wait. The protesters at the heart of the movement now trying everything to hold the ground that has become their home. We intended it to continue. -- -- -- people think it's the good way to draft agreement that they'll continue to do it. And the protesters have put that -- out for others to join them right here in linking arms around this park starting at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. That's a one hour before police are scheduled to show up.

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