Occupy Tucson curfew citations continue as movement spreads to 3 parksby Pamela Powers Hannley on Nov. 02, 2011, under Arizona, Capitalism, City Council, corporatists, downtown, economy, Free Speech, organizing, Politics, Trickle Down Economics, Tucson
Occupy Tucson began on Oct. 15 at Armory Park– after a shift from Pancho Villa Park to accommodate Tucson Meet Yourself. Now the demonstration is taking place at 3 locations downtown– Armory Park, Pancho Villa, and the main library.
Tucson Police continue to give campers curfew citations nightly at all three locations– despite the restraining order issued by a federal judge in Tennessee who has prevented the state of Tennessee from issuing curfew citations against Occupy Nashville protesters on grounds that the tickets violated their first amendment rights to freedom of speech.
For more on the arrests and the new Occupy locations, click here.
For a collection of Occupy Tucson videos, click here.
For moving Occupy Tucson testimony from the 2 City Council meetings were no action was taken, check out these links. Particularly moving is the homeless man at the beginning of part 2 of the October 25 meeting.