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Dec 19, 2011 13:52
Category: Religious News

Occupy - New York

 NEW YORK (AP) - Dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters have
been arrested in New York after they scaled a chain-link fence or
crawled under it Saturday to get to an Episcopal church-owned lot
they want to use for a new camp site.
     Since being evicted last month from Zuccotti Park, some Occupy
protesters have demanded that Trinity Church allow them to use its
space. But Trinity's Rev. James H. Cooper said giving the
protesters access to the lot would not be a safe or smart move.
     On Friday, the top bishop of the Episcopal Church asked
protesters not to trespass on the property. Presiding Bishop
Katharine Jefferts Schori warned it could result in
"legal and police action."