For three weeks, protesters camped at McKeldin Square in downtown Baltimore as a part of the Occupy Wall Street movement sweeping the country. Many of them voiced their concerns with corporate greed along with other economic grievances. Recently, city officials issued a statement declaring the encampment unlawful, and told the group they have until Wednesday to leave or reduce their numbers at McKeldin Square. Wednesday after midnight, I partnered with Baltimore Spectator James MacArthur to cover the protesters as they rebuffed the Oct.26th deadline given by the City.
One-on-One with protester Larry Lee
James MacArthur and I spoke with protester Chris Beck
Protester John Herbert