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Posted at 07:57 PM ET, 06/28/2012

DeEvening Links: They’re reoccupying!


The tents are back. (Bill O'Leary - WASHINGTON POST)
You didn’t think we’d be rid of them that easy, did you? A group re-entered McPherson Square today with tents and signs. Annie Gowen reports for the Post: “About thirty or so protesters gathered in the hot sun in the square, hanging banners, erecting tents and setting up the group’s old library of leftist tomes with milk crates and bookshelves. ... Across the street, staff members at Georgia Brown’s restaurant — who had endured weeks of noise, rats and crowds during the winter protest — watched the goings-on from the restaurant’s terrace with barely disguised dismay. ‘They’re reoccupying!’ one woman said frantically, into her cellphone.”

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