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March 19, 2012

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Brandt

When will we start holding officers accountable for their brutality and excessive use of force? The handling of protesters is Unconstitutional and endangers the basic rights of EVERY last American. Is this the country we were raised in, were men and women are beaten, gassed, pepper-sprayed and arrested for their disapproval of the government? We have to be careful to protect our Constitutional Rights! Raise awareness and do your part with these free posters I designed for the movement on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/11/propaganda-for-occupy-movement.html

DarrenMcKinney

Actually, Brian, none of it is worth noting. These long-coddled jobless losers got far too many gold stars from their unionized school teachers and never heard enough of "no" from mommy and daddy.

Now they play aggrieved protesters with thousand-dollar laptops and North Face jackets. It's time they took a job, any job, and start building some genuine self-esteem, that which comes from hard work, delay of gratification, and a series of ups and downs known as life.

Darren McKinney
Washington, D.C.

Brian

It's worth mentioning that one of the protestors is also suing over the unlawful removal of a religious item of clothing during the arrest.

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