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Man Arrested for Wearing Occupy Jacket at Supreme Court





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Uploaded on Jan 20, 2012

TO CLARIFY, since many people seem to think we were staging some sort of one man protest inside the supreme court, we were NOT PROTESTING! We were very quietly and respectfully walking around the building after going through security during open hours. He was wearing the jacket upon entry, and he was wearing the jacket when one cop decided to make a big stink about it. That is all, there was no mic checking, no hollering, no signs, no "parading" and absolutely no protesting whatsoever inside the building.

Occupy supporter Scott Fitzgerald was arrested in Washington DC inside of the Supreme Court building for wearing a jacket with "Occupy Everything" on the rear.
Scott Fitzgerald was one of the first protesters arrested in Tampa and charged for Trespassing in a city park.

The officers attempted to explain where these so-called "regulations" are posted at the Supreme Court....and failed.

Link to a picture of Scott Fitzgerald wearing his now famous Occupy Everything jacket:


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