NYPD Says Anonymous’ Occupy Raid Footage Was Not Leaked From the Department

anonymous occupy video NYPD Says Anonymous Occupy Raid Footage Was Not Leaked From the Department
A still from the Occupy Wall Street raid video released by someone claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous. (Photo: YouTube)

On Sunday, someone claiming to be affiliated with the hacker activist group Anonymous, released a two minute clip containing footage of last November’s eviction of the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Zuccotti Park that they said was obtained from the NYPD’s Technical Assistance Response Unit. While the clip has widely been covered as having been “leaked” from the police, NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Paul Browne told Politicker the clip was ‘not ‘leaked” and may have been a combination of footage from television news cameras, public court records and even possibly from the occupiers themselves. Continue reading “NYPD Says Anonymous’ Occupy Raid Footage Was Not Leaked From the Department”

Morning Read: Holiday Hangover

Chuck Schumer’s brother-in-law, Kevin McNulty, was nominated to a federal judgeship in New Jersey in a move that left many in the Garden State political establishment scratching their heads.

Georgia police shot and killed a woman who allegedly sent a fake WMD to State Senator Greg Ball.

Museums are collecting memorabilia from the Occupy Wall Street protests.  Continue reading “Morning Read: Holiday Hangover”