NYPD lied under oath to prosecute OWS activist

05/03/2013 00:09

n 2011, the Occupy Wall Street movement took America by storm. Many citizens across the country stood-up against the injustice brought on by the big banks , and although a majority of the demonstrations were non-violent, police continuously used excessive force against the protesters. In New York, OWS activist Michael Premo was accused of assaulting a police officer, but video evidence proved his innocence and also showed how the NYPD lied in their testimony. Molly Knefel, writer and journalist for Radio Dispatch, joins us with more on the case.

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