The above picture and headline came from Gawker.com and had a timeline of events attached in regards to the court ruling.
This was the scene as the "establishment" took it's latest swing at the "occupy" movement, in it's home court of New York. As New York was the initial starting point of this entire movement it's a shame that it has come to this.
The ruling means that there can be no tents, tarps or other types of sleeping quarters which makes a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week occupation almost impossible, especially in regards to keeping any strong quantity of people.
I'm sure we haven't heard the last of this as the occupy movement has shown to be much stronger then anyone on Wall Street, or anywhere else for that matter thought.
So, what's your take, will this be the first crack in the wall that is "Occupy" and be the beginning of it's downfall, or will this only make their resolve that much stronger, and show even more citizens that their rights are being taken from them?