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- "Occupy Wall Street Sues City for Ruining 'People's Library' During Zuccotti Park Raid," by Alexander Nazaryan, New York Daily News, 24 May 2012.
- "Occupy Wall Street Sues Bloomberg and New York City Over Library Destruction," by Nick Pinto, The Village Voice, 24 May 2012.
- "Occupy Wall Street Sues NYC Over Confiscated Books," by Joseph Ax (Reuters), The Chicago Tribune, 24 May 2012.
I hereby offer assistance as an expert on library propaganda, including that of the ersatz OWS "Library." I will help oppose this lawfare and help prove the vexatious nature of the litigation, thereby entitling the litigation's victims to increased damages. NYC, NYPD, please contact me. My assistance will be based generally on information contained in the following posts I have written, and much more:
- "Occupied ALA Ignored Cuban Librarians; OWSLibrary is Not a Real Library and People Knew It Would Be Removed," by Dan Kleinman, SafeLibraries, 17 November 2011.
- "Library Kicks Out Occupy Encampment," by Dan Kleinman, SafeLibraries, 2 December 2011.
- "Library Propagandizes Children for Occupy Oakland," by Dan Kleinman, SafeLibraries, 2 November 2011.
- "What is an American Library?," by Annoyed Librarian, Library Journal, 21 November 2011.
NOTE ADDED 10 APRIL 2013:
And the case is over, having settled out of court, but that doesn't stop the anarchists from claiming victory:
— The People's Library (@OWSLibrary) April 9, 2013
And despite the title using the word "library," the story makes it clear it really was not, saying, "Called the People's Library, the collection included novels and history books"—so it was just a "collection" of books:
- "Suit Settled With Occupy Wall St. Over Seizure of Library at a Park," by Colin Moynihan, The New York Times, 10 April 2013, p. A19.