Occupy Wall Street Has Regrouped And Is Forming New Plans Here

Occupy Wall StreetThe new occupation

Photo: Robert Johnson — Business Insider

After getting kicked out of Zuccotti Park this morning, Occupy Wall Street has gone vagabond.Or, as one of their spokespeople told us, it is now a “mobile occupation.”

The protesters are now holed up in Foley Square (near City Hall and the Courthouses) and Juan Pablo Duarte Square (near Canal Street). The actual planning for today’s activities is being done at Juan Pablo Duarte. They’ll be thinking more long term at their General Assembly at 7:00 PM tonight in Zuccotti Park.

If the Mayor opens it, we suppose.

In the meantime, protesters are waiting to hear what the Court has to say about the decision a Judge made this morning that said protesters should be allowed to bring their gear back to camp. That will be handed down at 11:30 AM, so the protesters will be outside demonstrating.

And we’ll let you know what happens there as soon as we find out.

Zuccotti Park is clean, but because of the Judge's order, The Mayor decided no one is allowed inside.

Police are still stations around the park.

Protesters are still ready to go though.

Especially since some of the were hurt by the police.

This is what plastic handcuffs do to you.

Some of the protesters' gear was salvaged.

And now its moving around town.

Here's Foley Square. Police probably knew some protesters would head there.

They were right.

There were far more occupiers at another, less obvious location, Juan Pablo Duarte Square.

People sat on the ground and listened as plans were made.

And there were announcements. Apparently the NYPD confiscated all OWS's medical supplies and now they need donations.

They salvaged these signs though.

Word is, they're going to head uptown to find out if the Court will let them take their gear back to Zuccotti.

Until they are, or until they make some other plan, they believe that the occupation is under siege.

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