From:   Michael Premo <m.premo@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Tuesday, October 11, 2011 5:51:57 AM
To:   Media Working group <globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com>
Subject:   [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fw: Review of Yesterday's Major News for OWS (Monday, October 10)
 

Yesenia Barragan <ybarragan86@gmail.com>
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Subject: Review of Yesterday's Major News for OWS (Monday, October 10)

����� US-wide News:

o�� MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS:

�Millionaires March� set today (10-11): several community groups joining demonstrators to Upper East Side homes of major bankers

����� March starts at 5th Avenue and 59th St., finished on Park Avenue and 93rd st.

Police in Boston arrest about 50-80 people associated w. Occupy Boston (OB) who expanded OB from Dewey Sq. Park to neighboring Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway

Mayor Bloomberg yesterday (10-10) said the city now plans to allow the protestors at Liberty Plaza to stay indefinitely as long as they obey the laws[1]

�Call to Action Against Banks� appears on NY�s OWS Facebook site, set for Saturday

Hackactivst group Anonymous briefly disrupted general website for NY Stock Exchange yesterday afternoon, but didn�t affect trading

In speech yesterday (10-10), Mitt Romney criticizes OWS for seeking scapegoat; says Wall Street and Main Street are connected

o�� HELPFUL STATS FOR OWS

Total compensation for Wall Street workers rose 18.7% in the first half of 2011; average salary grew by 16% to $361,330[2]



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