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Since -- is Thursday was movie day -- government plaza.
Protesters moved everything away from sprinklers and so the county can blast all the water out and -- rice starting Friday -- 7 AM.
We understand that that's something that they need to do and we don't want any damage to happened to.
But that is the only new girl from county commissioners and -- Minnesota plans to all day.
They still want to sleep here once temperatures dipped below 25 degrees and refuse to remove hundreds.
Not only makes sense that that all of a sudden a month into this process.
That we can't have signed that seems to me like an attempt to sounds -- -- There's possibility that we would initiate legal action to get the rules suspended Teresa Nelson is with the ACLU and giving it through the legal advice here Thursday they sent a letter to -- -- county.
Calling the new ruled a violation of the First Amendment the rules that were.
Adopted solely for the occupied protest which.
Suggest that perhaps they were done in a content based manner and that day maiden.
Be trying to shut down the occupying Minnesota protests the county -- the restrictions are trapped for the coming winter reducing portage on the movie the movement.
We'll make room for snow piled snow removal.
I could -- soda isn't buying it -- the group agreed that series some protesters are already volunteering.
To be plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
We've had a completely nonviolent protest things have been very peaceful there have been no incidents.
But now the tune has changed to shore you can be here but you can't say anything -- you can't sleep at night.
Do you think that they didn't.
I'm pretty sure that's exactly what's happened.
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