[Update: For the fourth time, the people were not prepared - new court date...November 19. sigh.] [Update 2: Article in Jurist about the report: "Suppressing Protest: Human Rights Violations in the Police Response of Occupy Wall Street" which explains what motivated the Cardboard Roses action]
I've been staying with my mom on Cape Cod since Doc had heart surgery. He was finally discharged Wednesday from the hospital for at least a week of physical therapy at a rehabilitation facility. I'm not sure why but, even though there are plenty of new stories about dying trees, and pollution, and there are scads of them to photograph, I just haven't had time to amass a coherent post on the topic here at Wit's End.
my arrest at Occupy Wall Street is scheduled for Monday.
article published yesterday in the Village Voice about a trial for participants in the first Cardboard Roses planned action.
When seven people lay down in the sidewalk across from the New York Stock Exchange in April, holding up signs, they thought they were acting within their rights.