Posted Apr 18, 2012By riacomacci
After losing a Second Circuit Court of Appeals hearing Tuesday, Occupy New Haven voted to disassemble all of the tents at their encampment except for one, to engage in a symbolic protest. But about 12 protesters resisted and were arrested Wednesday morning. Several other Occupiers immediately began to take down their tents and roll up their sleeping bags. Photos by Melanie Stengel, Peter Hvizdak Bill Kempfer, and Alex Sanders[insertSlideshowjava xml="http://nhregister.slideshowpro.com/images.php?album=322696" api="newhaven"]
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