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Nomad Camp – Ion Square Gardens Day 5. 29/05/12

Tuesday 29th May 2012. Just after eviction from Haggerston Park.
Ion Square Gardens
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Haggerston Park, Hackney. Nomad Camp 24/05/12

Nomadic Camp in Haggerston Park, Hackney. Before we were taken to Court by the Borough of Hackney.[...]

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Haggerston Park, Hackney. Nomadic camp Day 1. 13/05/12

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Occupy Nomads exiting Mile End Park. 13th May 2012.

Last day for Occupy Nomads at Mile End Park.
Solidarity from Occupy Little Rock.

Exiting Mile End Park. Off to Haggerston Park.

Nice video of support from local people. Mile End Park.[...]

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Occupy Nomads at Mile End Camp.

Conversations round the campfire. Communal Hearth[...]

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OccupyLSX Camp Eviction! February 28th 2012.

February 28th 2012. 0104 hours Eviction of OccupyLSX Camp.
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Final Act: #occupylsx eviction $t. Pau£’s Betrayal280212

t. Paul’s Cathedral betrayed the OccupyLSX Campers. We were told that the steps would be[...]

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Bank of Ideas Eviction 30th January 2012

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Nellycam and Tammy. A walk around St. Paul’s Churchyard

A walk around St. Paul’s Churchyard. OccupyLSX camp. Neighbours from Heaven. Neighbours from Hell.

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An Occupier’s Perspective: Interview with George Barda, litigant-in-person

Q&A with George Barda from this week’s issue of The Occupied Times. If any other occupiers would like to submit comment, do contact press@occupylsx.org.
Occupied Times: What was the legal substance of the case?
George: The legal position I advanced was that the alleged harms accompanying the presence of the camp were negligible compared with[...]

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