From:   rob hollander <>
Sent time:   Tuesday, November 15, 2011 6:17:57 PM
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Fwd: Court Rules in Favor of OWS-All Out to Zuccotti; 7pm General Assembly
Attachments:   OWS111511-1.pdf   

The decision from Justice Stallman is as follows (The full decision is attached in pdf):

The movants have not demonstrated that they have a First Amendment right to remain in
Zuccotti Park, along with their tents, structures, generators, and other installations to the exclusion
ofthe owner's reasonable rights and duties to maintain Zuccotti Park, orto the rights to public access
of others who might wish to use the space safely. Neither have the applicants shown a rightto a
temporary restraining order that would restrict the City's enforcement of law so as to promote public
health and safety.

Therefore the petitioner's application for a temproary restraining order is denied. 

On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Stephen M. Benavides <> wrote:
How do we verify that the judge ruled in favor of OWS?

Doug Singsen <> wrote:

>---forwarded message---
>The court has ruled in favor of OWS and upheld an injunction ordering the
>city to allow protestors back into Zuccotti Park with all their belongings.
> But Bloomberg and the NYPD remain defiant and have amassed riot police to
>prevent us from re-entering the park.  Come down as soon as possible to
>Zuccotti Park to demand that the injunction be enforced and that we are
>allowed to continue our peaceful protest.
>According to the NYCGA website's list of actions, the General Assembly
>tonight is still planned for 7pm at Zuccotti Park.
>Come TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY tonight at 7pm in Liberty Plaza/Zuccotti Park
>They can kick us out, but they can’t stop us from reassembling.  Let’s show
>them that truth by showing up at Liberty Plaza with the biggest General
>Assembly yet!
>Spread the word! You can't evict an idea whose time has come! We will not
>be silenced!

Rob Hollander
Lower East Side Residents for Responsible Development
622 E 11, #10
NYC, 10009