Posts Tagged ‘Paul Weiskel’

Protesters clean Zuccotti Park at Occupy Wall Street @2011 Neil Girling CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

NYC Mayor’s Office Postpones Eviction of Occupy Wall Street Protestors

After a tense night filled with reports of police raids on Occupy Wall Street camps in other cities, an estimated 2000 supporters crowded Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan prepared to defend the OWS camp from eviction by NYPD

Occupy Boston - Police Raid © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Boston – Police Raid – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

More than 140 Occupy Boston protesters were arrested last night in a massive police crackdown.

Occupy Wall Street - Day 1 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 1 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.


Occupy Wall Street - Day 3 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 3 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.

Occupy Wall Street - Day 6 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 6 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.

Occupy Wall Street – Day 7 (Police Brutality) – Photographs by Paul Weiskel - DOOM Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 7 (Police Brutality) – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.