BREAKING VIDEO: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Arrested For Disturbing Foreclosure Auction at Downtown Brooklyn Court House


    At around 4 p.m. today, several Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested at 360 Adams Street in Downtown Brooklyn for disturbing the proceedings of the weekly foreclosure auction with a well-rehearsed group song. Before the auction’s 3 p.m. start time, protesters were assembled outside doing their human megaphone thing. Inside, when the auction was about to start, protesters errupted into song, the first lines of which were: “Mrs. Auctioneer, All the people here, Are asking you to hold all the sales right now…” After thirty minutes or so, officers of the court warned everyone left in room that they would be arrested if they didn’t leave. The second video shows the perp walk of one of the protesters who apparently didn’t listen.

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