Occupy Wall Street protests continue in the snow

Protesters in New York's Zuccotti Park remain despite cold temperatures, snow, wind and rain.

By REUTERS
October 30, 2011 11:38
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Occupy Wall Street 311 R. (photo credit: REUTERS)

As snow dusted the tents in the lower Manhattan park where demonstrators have set-up camp to make their case against economic inequity, protesters vow to continue their struggle.

"The spirit is not going to die. This is just the start of the movement," one protester says.

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"The movement is going to keep going, winter, rain, shine or cold, we're going to be out here to make sure this works because 99 percent of the people deserve, deserve a better condition in this country, and if we don't march now...when?"

Doubts have been raised about protesters braving the harsh winter ahead, but some say the weather will have the opposite effect.


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