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Anonymous Hacks PERF (Police Executive Research Forum) in Response to Repression and Evictions

Michael Stone, National Anonymous Examiner November 21, 2011 Sunday, Anonymous hacktivists assaulted PERF because of their alleged involvement in coordinating police crackdowns on Occupy protests across the country. Anonymous hacktivists assaulted PERF, the Police Executive Research Forum, by taking down their website and releasing the private information of Sherwin B. “Chuck” Wexler – Executive Director at … Continue reading

Artifacts from a Little Revolt in “Little Egypt” – Oh, Carbondale

The faculty strike is over at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Here’s a look back at the outburst of pro-strike propaganda and other (visual) creativity that swirled around the strike and its interplay with the Occupy Carbondale movement. For those who don’t know, southern Illinois has been dubbed “Little Egypt” for more than a century. (For … Continue reading

Jefferson City teenager arrested for hurling firebomb at Egyptian police in Tahrir Square

In the region that arguably started these worldwide waves of occupations, the street fighting continues in Cairo and throughout the cities of Egypt… a revolution unfinished. Three Americans, one from Jefferson City, Missouri, were arrested by Egyptian police today and paraded on state-controlled Egyptian television. They were students at American University in Cairo which sits … Continue reading

Banks Vandalized in Springfield, MO

The following is corporate media coverage of bank vandalism in Springfield, MO from the night of November 10/11: Banks vandalized, likely by Occupy Wall Street protesters by Ashley Reynolds, KY3 News November 11, 2011 More criminal acts are associated with the nationwide Occupy Wall Street Movement, this time in Springfield. Eight people were arrested during a rally … Continue reading

Report from one participant: N17 March Against Austerity – A Joyful and Unruly Crowd Takes a Building

  November 17th holds as a special day internationally. It’s not just a day against austerity or just a day organized by the new #occupy movement. November 17th is also the date (in 1973) when the dictatorship in Greece was overthrown. And still in Greece, it’s pretty much a holiday. It remains unclear as to how this … Continue reading

‘Occupy’ Crackdowns Coordinated with Federal Law Enforcement Officials

Over the past ten days, more than a dozen cities have moved to evict “Occupy” protesters from city parks and other public spaces. As was the case in last night’s move in New York City, each of the police actions shares a number of characteristics. And according to one Justice official, each of those actions … Continue reading

“I don’t want to be known as a good German” – OccupySTL Evicted, Arrests at Occupy Springfield, MO

On Friday November 11, shortly after the 10pm curfew, St. Louis police moved in on the Occupy St. Louis encampment at Kiener Plaza. Some occupants chose to continue the occupation after a warning was issued. These 27, one of who chained himself to a chair, were arrested after police were forced to wade through a … Continue reading

Feminists Occupy STL

Feminists Occupy STL

The Good, The Bad and The Wingnutty: #OccupySTL One Month On

The following is a personal account and analysis of the first month of OccupySTL. In hopes of depicting a more well-rounded picture of #OccupySTL, I’m going to try and quickly describe the last 2 or 3 weeks – warts and all. It seems initial excitement (and plain lack of time to describe more) might have … Continue reading

Mayor Slay’s website hacked by Anonymous after Kiener Plaza eviction threats

As some participants were meeting with six of the Mayor’s aides yesterday over the increasing threats from the city to evict the Occupy camp at Kiener Plaza, hackers made their way into Mayor Francis Slay’s website, retrieving the names and contact info for dozens of Slay supporters, including addresses, phone numbers and e-mails. They posted:

General Occupy STL Links

Thoughtful Perspectives on other North American #Occupy Movements

Albany, NY: Ben Brucato
Atlanta: ATL IMC / Little Advances
Baltimore: bmorewomentrans
Bloomington, IN: Rififi
Boston: Boston Indymedia
Carbondale: Occupy SIUC
Chicago: selfactivity
Chapel Hill: triANARCHY
Davis, CA: Bicycle Barricade
Denver: Ignite!
Detroit: Third Coast Conspiracy
Gulf Coast: The Raging Pelican
Iowa City: Smooth Spaces
Los Angeles: UnpermittedLA
Miami: Autonomy & Solidarity
New York City: Malcolm Harris
Oakland: Bay of Rage / Hyphy
Philadelphia: radoccupyphilly
Phoenix: Fires never extinguished
Portland, OR: Grey Coast @ News
Richmond, VA: The Wingnut
Seattle: Puget Sound Anarchists
St. Louis: STL FTP
Toronto: ...To the Roots of Capital
Vancouver: Van. Media Co-op
Washington DC: BroadSnark