Josh Stearns has been tracking "press suppression and journalist arrests," which became a regular occurrence since the start of Occupy Wall Street on September 17, 2011. "As press, protesters and police converge in New York City for the one year anniversary, we'll be tracking press suppression here." Sadly, the list has been updated today on the one-year #OWS anniversary with quite a few familiar names: bloggers, artists, journalists. (Storify)

3 Responses to “One Year of Occupy. One Year of Journalist Arrests.”

  1. Boundegar says:

    Because radicalizing the press does so much to help the regime in charge.

    • Charlie B says:

       Well, here in the USA we have what you call a “two party” system.  You can vote for Evil or Incompetence, take your pick.  I prefer the Incompetent Party because they are easier to avoid, but yes you will get this sort of counter-productive self sabotage from them.

  2. andygates says:

    How are those *banker* arrests going? Oh, wait.

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