Occupy protestors didn't have the right to occupy private property - RightsInfo
Speech & Protest
2011
UK

Occupy protestors didn’t have the right to occupy private property

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A group of Occupy activists occupied a building owned by a bank. The court decided that their right to freedom of expression and assembly did not permit them to take over private property. The protestors were subsequently evicted from the premises.

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