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Some new video of a Wall Street protests that shut down a major New York City bridge this weekend's.
New York city police handcuffing more than 700.
Members of the group has called occupied Wall Street.
They were demonstrating on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Protesters shut down a lane of traffic it was for several hours yesterday.
And their cries against Wall Street continue -- downtown this afternoon He was Jackson's live in our New York newsroom with more -- Yet had been peaceful up until yesterday anyway the group occupy Wall Street had orchestrated an impromptu -- to Brooklyn.
But as they walked in thick -- on the sidewalk up to the Brooklyn Bridge some actually spilled onto the roadway after being told to -- and the pedestrian pathway by police.
Then this happens.
Who didn't comply a total of 700 people were -- arrested.
For disorderly conduct and released some protesters -- that they were lured onto the roadway by police.
Some sat on the roadway chanting let -- go while others yelled at police from a walkway above.
Now police say no one there was tricked into being arrested in those in the back of the group.
Who didn't hear those announcements were allowed to leave.
The demonstrators meantime have been -- -- there in the financial district for two weeks now.
Holding signs in protest of everything really from corporate greed and social inequality.
To global warming it had been peaceful until clashes with police began yesterday after they swarmed the Brooklyn bridge and shut down a lane of traffic.
For several hours also other parts of the country there are protesters gathering there as well in Albuquerque, New Mexico Denver Boston.
And Los Angeles to express -- solidarity with the movement here in New York turnout has reached as high as a few thousand in some places.
Back here in New York City a core group of people about.
200 in all remained camped out throughout the week sleeping on air mattresses using Mac -- lap -- and playing drums.
A few times a day they'll march down to -- Wall Street yelling.
This is what democracy looks like.
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