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The barricades are backed up in prison than powers grabbing -- -- park it may be clear right now but that's after it was a real mad house here last night hundreds of protesters.
From the Occupy Wall Street movement we're here we're told by the new York city police department that they made 73 arrests.
With some pretty serious charges including attempted robbery sex abuse assault and trespassing disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental administration.
Were killed two officers were injured the group also says though they feel like they were treated unfairly.
The protesters began gathering yesterday afternoon making known that this was the six month anniversary of the movement and this is where I'll Begin -- -- six.
-- -- Just before midnight about a hundred cops swept the part handcuffing dozens of protesters escorting them out.
We're told electrical boxes were tampered with and there was evidence of graffiti.
The Occupy Movement you'll remember began back on September the seventeenth protesters brought -- -- and Begin camping out.
They say they were draw attention to the income gap between what they called the 99%.
In the 1% the -- And the very rich then on November 15 police -- -- and cleared the -- part claiming the protesters were breaking park rules and could set up any permanent structures.
The NYPD says last night they -- tents going up and sleeping bags being rolled out and that is why they that it did.
If we -- with the -- from the Occupy Wall Street and he says the mood here was quite jubilant in the afternoon and into the evening and claims that protesters were not putting up.
Any permanent structures as the police insist according to the group several of the protesters were taken to area hospitals.
And going forward the group says they plan to march every Friday on Wall Street.
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