Occupy Wall Street Will Drop by Murdoch, Koch Homes

On Tuesday, the protestors plan to march past the homes of the moguls

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On Tuesday, Occupy Wall Streeters plan to leave Zuccotti Park and bring their message just a bit closer to the proverbial one percent by marching past the homes of Rupert Murdoch, David Koch and Jamie Dimion. According to organizers cited by CNNMoney, the "itinerary calls for protesters to hop on the subway, emerging at 59th Street near Central Park, where they will start their tour just after noon." Doug Forand, an organizer for the march, told the news outlet that "the protesters do not have a permit for the march, but were not planning on obstructing traffic and would stick to the sidewalks." The expedition comes after an eventful day at the park, where the strange combination of James O'Keefe, Kanye West and Al Sharpton made appearances. On Monday, Mayor Bloomberg said that the encampment at Zuccoti Park could stay there indefinitely, and when asked by The Wall Street Journal how long the occupation would last he responded: "I think part of it has probably to do with the weather."

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