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JP Morgan Funded NYPD Mass Arrests Over 700 Peaceful Occupy Wall Street Protesters

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October 2, 2011

The NYPD has arrested over 700 protesters who were occupying the Brooklyn Bridge in what could very well be a defining moment in the battle for freedom and liberty in America.

The police apparently corralled the protesters(depending on whose story you believe) onto the Brooklyn Bridge and then started their arrests of American citizens protesting the very banks that have destroyed this country from within.

The NYPD is essentially doing the dirty work for the banks, which makes complete sense when you consider the fact that JP Morgan actually FUNDS The New York City Police Department.

That’s right, the very police department that has been filmed numerous times beating and macing the Occupy Wall Street protesters has received a considerable amount of money from the very banks that the protesters are targeting!

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Screenshot from JP Morgan Chase Press Release

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This is an obvious conflict of interest that the NYPD and corporate controlled media do not want you to know or talk about.

Obviously there are good people on the NYPD force but how are we supposed to believe that the NYPD as a whole just wants to protect their city when they are funded by the very banksters being targeted by the Occupy Wall Street protests?

This article was posted: Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 5:01 am





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