Палаточный городок на Уолл-стрит снесла полиция

15 Ноября 2011, 12:13

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New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A man is confronted by New York Police Department officers as New York City officials clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A woman yells at New York Police Department officers as New York City officials clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A man is escorted by a New York Police Department officer as New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
New York Police Department officers surround a central tent as they clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A man flashes peace signs at New York Police Department officers a few blocks from Zuccotti Park they clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from the park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
People link arms a few blocks from Zuccotti Park as New York City officials they clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from the park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A man confronts a New York Police Department officer a few blocks from Zuccotti Park as New York City officials clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from the park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
A large truck with items from Zuccotti Park drives away as New York City officials clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from the park in the early morning hours of November 15, 2011 in New York. Police flooded into the New York cradle of the US anti-Wall Street movement early November 15, driving out demonstrators and tearing down the tent camp in what officials said was a temporary eviction. The surprise crackdown at the birthplace of the movement, launched after similar evictions in other cities, signaled a tougher line by US authorities towards the two-month old protests against Wall Street and Washington elites. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA

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