It Only Takes 20 Minutes to Shift the Blame (700+ protesters arrested on Brooklyn Bridge)

Via on Oct 2, 2011

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One Response to “It Only Takes 20 Minutes to Shift the Blame (700+ protesters arrested on Brooklyn Bridge)”

  1. elephantjournal says:

    Image is a bit too small to read above? Here's a full size image…read the first comment, too, you'll find the premise of this is ridiculous lefty conspiracy mongering. The NYT has covered the hell out of this protest, day after day on the front page (at least online, where I read it) and has included both sides, as they do above:… ~ Waylon

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