It appears the moonbats are back...
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 08:55 PM
The barricades at Zucottie Park have been removed and loaded onto trucks
NEW YORK — Barricades surrounding a park that served as a camp for Occupy Wall Street protesters were removed Tuesday, allowing protesters to stream back in.
Security guards who were previously guarding the barricades stood off to the side, along with a handful of police officers.
“Our food is in, our library is up. I think it’s going to be a big celebration for us in the park right now.”
On Monday, civil rights groups filed a complaint with the city’s buildings department saying the barricades were a violation of city zoning law. The complaint said barricades surrounding the park since Nov. 15 interfered with the public’s use of it. The public park is privately owned and is required to be open 24 hours a day.