17 Mar '13, 3pm

"While Occupy might not be grabbing as many headlines as of late, many of the cases from previous years’...

While Occupy might not be grabbing as many headlines as of late, many of the cases from previous years’ incidents are finally reaching their conclusions in court. The good news is that the outcomes are overwhelmingly in favor of the activists, showing that even if the police and state are seemingly going above and beyond to obstruct dissent, the courts are paying more attention to the Constitution. 1. Last week, a jury acquitted a dozen Philadelphia Occupy activists charged with conspiracy and trespassing for holding a sit-in at a Wells Fargo bank. Apparently, the jury agreed with the protesters that the message of the protest was important enough to override the trespassing charges. But it was the judge, Nina N. Wright Padilla, who seemed most impressed with the twelve people on trial. Calling them the “most affable group of defendants [she’s] ever come across,” she shook...

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Occupy buys 1 million worth of debt. The cost 447BTC(21k usd) and forgives it. #bitcoin

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money.cnn.com 17 Mar '13, 12am

Occupy Wall Street offshoot, Strike Debt, is buying people's emergency room debts for pennies on the dollar and forgiving ...