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October 9th, 2011
08:58 AM ET

"Occupy Wall Street" Activists Respond to Name-calling

Three protesters in Atlanta sit down with CNN's T.J. Holmes.

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  1. Frederick C. Bronson

    It is not wall street it is greed, and the government why Obama while he was trying to get elected said things would change when he hit Washington, didi the old boys bail out took care of those in charge of the banks not those working for the banks, if you want change you need to demand a trial, and sit on the jury, you need to go to their houses so they know you know where they live, crash a wedding, flatten their tires. Sitting out side wall street while they are home watching TV is a joke to them, you need to make an example of one to scare the others. Frederick Bronson

    October 9, 2011 at 2:05 pm |
  2. oceanlight

    end bush tax cuts , rebuild America bridges and roads , invest in middle class not banking class thats the occupy wall street message.

    October 9, 2011 at 5:14 pm |
  3. Big Al

    Mr. Holmes, during your discussion with three protesters from Atlanta t Occupy Atlanta (Wall Street) did you ask them why they refused to allow Congressman John Lewis to speak at the Atlanta rally?

    These protesters have no credibility or respect for anyone other than George Soros, his clones and his flunkies. Please go to YouTube and enter "Occupy Atlanta Silences Civil Rights Hero John Lewis." Watch in amazement as these pathetic protesters showed total disdain and disrespect for Congressman Lewis, who was there to speak in support of their rally. And, why wasn't this reported on CNN? If this had been a Tea Party rally, we know CNN would have been there to film Congressman Lewis being turned away,

    October 12, 2011 at 1:26 pm |

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