Occupy OccupyWallStNYC

A bunch of the founders of the Occupy movement are suing one another over access to the @OccupyWallStNYC Twitter account. One of the members took control of it when he thought the others were being too censorious.

Group members took on the task of limiting others to “1 to 2 tweets per day” (or week) on a topic, a form of censorship that would never have been allowed in the earlier days of the boat. I had to say enough!

The others want back in.

We can either go and beat him up or we can go to court.

The group is seeking control of the Twitter account as well as $500,000 in damages.

Follow the money.

8 thoughts on “Occupy OccupyWallStNYC


  1. “…go to court.”

    Huh? Obeying laws has never been a priority for this bunch, so why start now? Or are they afraid of what might happen if they use the same protests and mob actions against each other that they used on the “1%”?


  2. This is in sharp contrast to the rapes at occupy X rallies in which the organizers pleaded with rape victims to not contact the law enforcement insisting they would handle it.

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