Riot police roust camp of Occupy Denver-ites

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Riot police roust camp of Occupy Denver-ites

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A riled-up crowd gathers on the steps of the state Capitol late Thursday night to confront State Patrol Chief James Wolfinbarger, who was attempting to hold a news conference. Wolfinbarger moved the conference inside the Capitol lobby after protesters crowded the steps.
A riled-up crowd gathers on the steps of the state Capitol late Thursday night to confront State Patrol Chief James Wolfinbarger, who was attempting to hold a news conference. Wolfinbarger moved the conference inside the Capitol lobby after protesters crowded up the steps.
Protesters march around the perimeter of Lincoln Park in Denver minutes before police entered the park about 3:20 a.m. Friday.
A protest sign lies deserted after a crowd gathered on the state Capitol steps and then returned to the park across the street, site of the Occupy Denver protest. The sign turned out to be true – it was no secret among protesters that police, acting on orders from Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration, planned to clear out the park early Friday morning.

Riot police roust camp of Occupy Denver-ites

A riled-up crowd gathers on the steps of the state Capitol late Thursday night to confront State Patrol Chief James Wolfinbarger, who was attempting to hold a news conference. Wolfinbarger moved the conference inside the Capitol lobby after protesters crowded the steps.
A riled-up crowd gathers on the steps of the state Capitol late Thursday night to confront State Patrol Chief James Wolfinbarger, who was attempting to hold a news conference. Wolfinbarger moved the conference inside the Capitol lobby after protesters crowded up the steps.
Protesters march around the perimeter of Lincoln Park in Denver minutes before police entered the park about 3:20 a.m. Friday.
A protest sign lies deserted after a crowd gathered on the state Capitol steps and then returned to the park across the street, site of the Occupy Denver protest. The sign turned out to be true – it was no secret among protesters that police, acting on orders from Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration, planned to clear out the park early Friday morning.
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