Occupiers Arrested in Boston
The mayor seems to feel that he's done enough, and now he's cracking down on Occupy Boston.
For hours, members of Occupy Boston were warned they would be arrested if they did not leave the second camp they set up in Boston's Financial District - about a block away from their base camp at Dewey Square. Dozens locked hands and refused to leave.
Here's a funny report from Russia Today that makes the Occupy Boston protests sound huge, and makes the police action sound violent.
"There are some people who want to get arrested for their cause. They did not assault the officers. It was more passive resistance," said Supt. Daniel Linskey. Boston Police broke down the tents and tarps the group had set up on the greenway.
This park was not an area that was appropriate for them to be in," said Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. "There were some significant investments made in this park over the last year.