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Manifestantes de Occupy Wall Street en Nueva York y Oakland



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EE.UU.- La policía de Nueva York desalojó al amanecer de este martes a los manifestantes del movimiento Occupy Wall Street, que llevaban varias semanas acampando en el Parque Zuccotti de Manhattan, y quitaron las tiendas para que el personal de limpieza de la municipalidad pudiera limpiar el sitio.
Los manifestantes se habían instalado en este Parque para denunciar las políticas del sector financiero. Un portavoz de la policía dijo que la mayoría abandonó el lugar pacíficamente, aunque la prensa mostró como algunos optaron por encadenarse unos con otros para resistir.
El corresponsal de la BBC en Washigton, Steve Kingston, indicó que de acuerdo a informaciones locales otros montaron barricadas improvisadas.
La prensa local informó de al menos 70 detenidos.
Varios de los acampantes afirmaron que la policía utilizó la violencia.
La oficina del alcalde de la ciudad indicó en su cuenta de Twitter que los manifestantes debían “irse de allí temporalmente y retirar carpas y lonas”, pero que podrían regresar una vez que el parque estuviera libre, sin tiendas ni sacos de dormir.
Una transmisión de internet en vivo desde el parque mostró a los manifestantes reunidos mientras la policía entraba al parque.
Un campamento similar en Oakland, California, fue desocupado este lunes.
Los “indignados” cantaban: “Todos los días, durante toda la semana, ocupemos Wall Street” y “el mundo entero está observando”.
Las autoridades y el alcalde, Michael Bloomberg, han estado bajo la presión de las empresas locales para que se desmantelara el campamento, que iba camino de cumplir dos meses.
El movimiento pide distribución más equitativa de la riqueza, pues argumentan que la mayoría del dinero está en manos de 1% más rico de la población de EE.UU.
La policía arrestó a 33 personas en Oakland en la madrugada del lunes, después de ingresar al campamento de protesta en la Plaza Frank Ogawa.
En una incursión similar en Portland, Oregon, el domingo por la noche, la policía antidisturbios arrestó a 50 personas.
La policía de una ciudad de Vermont también desalojó a los manifestantes después de que un hombre se matara de un disparo la semana pasada dentro de una tienda de campaña.



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1 A view shows the empty Occupy Oakland campsite following an eviction, in Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California on November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach


2 Children's toys are left scattered on the ground following the eviction of the Occupy Oakland campsite in Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California on November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach


3 A demonstrator with Occupy Oakland blocks traffic near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


4 Police stand guard at a dismantled Occupy Oakland encampment at City Hall in Oakland, California, November 14, 2011. Oakland police on Monday morning moved into an anti-Wall Street protester encampment in the city and began making arrests and taking down tents, witnesses said. REUTERS/Kim White


5 A line of Oakland police officers move into position near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


6 Demonstrators with Occupy Oakland block an intersection near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


7 A worker cleans up Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


8 A man sleeps on a sidewalk near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


9 A police officer walks past a dismantled Occupy Oakland encampment at City Hall in Oakland, California, November 14, 2011. Oakland police on Monday morning moved into an anti-Wall Street protester encampment in the city and began making arrests and taking down tents, witnesses said. REUTERS/Kimberly White


10 Demonstrators with Occupy Oakland block an intersection near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


11 A demonstrator with Occupy Oakland directs traffic after protesters blocked an intersection near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


12 A man is arrested by Oakland police after an altercation near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


13 Workers clean Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


14 Tents and debris are shown on Frank Ogawa Plaza after protesters with Occupy Oakland were removed in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


15 Workers clear debris from Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


16 A worker cleans Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


17 Debris is cleared from Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


18 Workers clear debris from Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent encampment on the plaza. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith


19 A demonstrator holds up his sign at City Hall plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 32 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp. REUTERS/Kim White


20 Demonstrators hold signs as they march to City Hall plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 32 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp. REUTERS/Kim White


21 Demonstrators re-enter the Frank H. Ogawa plaza after authorities moved in and evicted Occupy Oakland's encampment in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 33 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp.REUTERS/Stephen Lam


22 A demonstrator places personal items on the floor at the Frank H. Ogawa Plaza after authorities moved in and evicted Occupy Oakland's encampment in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 33 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam


23 Demonstrators march toward the Frank H. Ogawa plaza after authorities moved in and evicted Occupy Oakland's encampment in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 33 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp. REUTERS/Stephen Lam


24 A demonstrator holds up his sign at City Hall plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early on Monday and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 32 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp. REUTERS/Kim White


25 Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement clash with New York Police Department officers after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


26 New York Police Department officers remove the belongings of members of the Occupy Wall Street movement after removing members of the movement from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


27 Members of the Occupy Wall St movement clash with New York Police Department officers after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


28 Members of the Occupy Wall St movement clash with New York Police Department officers after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


29 New York Police Department officers block a street after removing members of the Occupy Wall Street movement from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


30 Members of the Occupy Wall St movement drag their belongings down the street after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


31 Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement drag their belongings down the street after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


32 Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement embrace each other after being removed from Zuccotti Park in New York November 15, 2011. Police wearing helmets and carrying shields early on Tuesday began to clear the park in New York City's financial district, where protesters from the movement have been camping since September. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Ariel PP
17-nov-2011, 14:22
Donde puedo estacionar la bici??? aca encontre!!

 
neo83666
17-nov-2011, 14:49
Que zanja y yo que no traje botas
 
zantho
17-nov-2011, 14:51
Acá habría que hacer lo mismo con los piquetes
 
qmqd
17-nov-2011, 16:05


 
benjag
17-nov-2011, 16:12
W cualiaw no entendi un sorete pone letra grande
 
zantho
17-nov-2011, 17:13
Citar:
benjag
W cualiaw no entendi un sorete pone letra grande
we culiau, el ctrl + ruedita del mouse no muerde
 
HiT
17-nov-2011, 18:02
Mira adonde estan ellos y mira donde estamos nosotros.. osea vos protestas, despues no protestes.
 
SERGIO_XY1
17-nov-2011, 19:19
Cuantos años le quedará de vida a USA como "superpotencia"?
 
guillox
18-nov-2011, 22:47
Me gustaria que esos que se pasan quejando del pais y diciendo que se va al carajo..

Miren este post y digan algo...

La frase " Si no te gusta el pais ahora... andate a vivir a Estados Unidos.."
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