NYPD Cpt.greene by Cory V . Clark
New York, NY september 25, 2012 -Police started their daily campaign of harassment early by kicking protesters wake to make room for Trinity churches private maintenance crew to clean the sidewalks, it quickly escalated to violence on the on the part of NYPD from there.
At 9:48 am police Sgt. Harney Badge number 2849 and a fellow officer confiscated a large painting from a protester that wasn't initially present at the scene.
When the young woman arrived shortly after police took the piece of art she tried to claim it. A pulling match ensured between the much larger Harney and the 4 ft. 9 in. woman. After several moments Harney released the painting with a push driving her into the scaffolding knocking her unconscious.
Victim being loaded in to rescue Vehichle by Cory V. Clark
Paramedics were called to the scene and she was eventually taken to the hospital.
However, in the mean time she laid unconscious with her head on the curb and body partially in the street, while this was going on NYPD Cpt. Greene and a Lieutenant, stood over the scene, smiling and laughing amongst themselves apparently proud of the work their subordinate had done.
While the young woman identified by fellow protesters as Sparrow was being treated at the hospital and still unconscious, NYPD placed the victim under arrest.
By early evening police still had not been able to tell us what she was being charged with, only that she was in custody.
Authority Abused by Cory V. Clark
This was not to be the end of the day's harassment by police. Cpt. Greene sent his officers into the area to take protesters property and to have protesters move their stuff on two other occasions during the evening.
At 6 in the evening officers came through telling protesters that they were obstructing pedestrian traffic with their property, including two individuals who were clearly out of the way of foot traffic in an indention between the church fencing and the backside of the subway entrance.
The two refused to move and a crowd of protesters had formed around them demanding to know the specific code violation police were claiming they violated.
Police couldn't answer the question even after speaking on the phone to their superiors and eventually left the two alone.
Checking with the Boss by Cory V. Clark
You aren't there, this stuff is abandoned by Cory V. Clark