Occupy Wall Street Protesters Target Rupert Murdoch's House

Hundreds gather as spillover from demonstration moves uptown

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Hundreds of protesters marched along the Upper East Side of New York this afternoon, and the first stop on their route was Rupert Murdoch’s apartment building.

Tuesday’s “Millionaire’s March”—coordinated by the groups Strong Economy for All Coalition, the Working Families Party, New York Communities for Change, and UnitedNY—attracted much of the crowd, and momentum, that has been generated by the ongoing Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in lower Manhattan. However, this protest targeted a handful of the city’s wealthiest and the state tax break they're due to receive at the end of the year, and moved the demonstration to their homes.



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