Occupy Wall Street Brooklyn Bridge March and Arrests Photos October 1, 2011

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Occupy Wall Street Union Square March and Arrests Photos September 24, 2011
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October 1, 2011 (day 14) Approximately 2000 people marched to the Brooklyn Bridge. The majority of them attempted to cross it via the eastbound roadway, rather than the pedestrian crossing. Photo by Mat McDermott.

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01: Supporters (L) cheer from the pedestrian walkway as demonstrators affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement attempt to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the motorway on October 1, 2011 in New York City. The motorway portion of the bridge is not intended for pedestrians and as the marchers attempted to cross, they were stopped midway by police. Hundreds of protesters were arrested. Mario Tama/AFP

October 1, 2011 (day 14) Approximately 2000 people marched to the Brooklyn Bridge. The majority of them attempted to cross it via the eastbound roadway, rather than the pedestrian crossing. Photo by Mat McDermott.

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01: A man scales the support cables above the pedestrian walkway as demonstrators affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement attempt to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the motorway below on October 1, 2011 in New York City. The motorway portion of the bridge is not intended for pedestrians and as the marchers attempted to cross, they were stopped midway by police. Hundreds of protesters were arrested. Mario Tama/AFP

October 1, 2011 (day 14) Guarding the Brooklyn side of the bridge was a line of police officers. This particular officer was making a (needlessly) tough show of it. His coworkers were far more relaxed and less intimidating. Photo by Mat McDermott.

Protesters march over the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

A police officer with a bullhorn addresses a large group of protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement who attempted to cross the Brooklyn Bridge, effectively shutting parts of the roadway down, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 in New York. Police arrested dozens while trying to clear the road and reopen for traffic.(AP Photo/Will Stevens)

Police officers enter the crowd to make arrests as a large group of protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge roadway before being halted by police, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 in New York. The demonstrators will affiliated with Occupy Wall Street, who have been camping out in New York's Financial District for the past two weeks. Police arrested dozens while trying to clear the road and reopen for traffic. (AP Photo/Daryl Lang)

Photo by Adrian Kinloch.

Protesters react as police begin to make arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The large group of protesters that camped out on Wall Street for the past two weeks takes their protest to the Brooklyn Bridge, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 in New York. Part of the bridge was closed down as police arrested dozens while trying to clear the road and reopen for traffic. (AP Photo/NBC, Andres Gutierrez)

Photo by Adrian Kinloch.

Photo by Adrian Kinloch.

Protesters sit on the road in plastic handcuffs after being arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

A police officer leans over to talk to a protester after hundreds were arrested during an Occupy Wall Street march on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

Photo by Adrian Kinloch.

Photo by Adrian Kinloch.

Photo by nicksifu.

A police officer escorts a protester with her children off the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

Mat McDermott – http://www.flickr.com/photos/matmcdermott/
Adrian Kinloch – http://www.flickr.com/photos/akinloch/
nicksifu – http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicksifu/

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