Occupy Wall Street Claims the City Ruined Its Library

NYT – “A member of the Occupy Wall Street movement filed a claim on behalf of the group Thursday that the city had damaged or destroyed $47,000 worth of books and other property while clearing its protest site at Zuccotti Park last fall. The notice of claim, filed with the comptroller’s office, is a preliminary step toward lodging a civil lawsuit.”

One Response to “Occupy Wall Street Claims the City Ruined Its Library”

  1. Dan Kleinman of SafeLibraries
    February 12, 2012 at 5:23 pm #

    This is one step closer to vexatious litigation. The OWS “librarians” already admitted the “library” (it’s not a library) was temporary and that is was their responsibility to remove it, but they didn’t even after having been given due notice. Yet now they are prepping to sue as if they had not previously made those admissions against interest. This will be textbook vexatious litigation if they go ahead with the litigation, and I hope treble damages with be awarded in favor of the OWS “Library’s” lawfare victims. Anyone may contact me for more information on this topic.

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