Occupy Wall Street becomes NYC tourist stop

October 21, 2011 • National News

In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, Tony Parilla, 45, of Manhattan, spray paints t-shirts for free at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park in New York. Although donations are welcome, the designs are free, with the stipulation that interested pedestrians bring their own shirts. Buttons, t-shirt customizations, and body painting are becoming more available as tourists frequent the park to catch a glimpse of the now well-known protests. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

NEW YORK (AP) — Shawn Lahey, a ruler factory worker from Poughkeepsie, was watching the show. A dancing man held a pole marked “corporation,” attached to a noose marked “financial system” — from which another dancing man was “hanging.” Masked drummers provided a thumping soundtrack.

Times Square? Nope. He was all the way down in Manhattan’s financial district, where the Occupy Wall Street Login to read more

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