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Occupy Wall Street / Moore Interview #1006085

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 28, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A march on five major banks in midtown Manhattan and the location of the occupy Wall Street protest in New York City shown; details given about the condition of Scott Olsen, the Iraq war veteran injured at the occupy Oakland protest.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with filmmaker Michael Moore about the movement. [Last night, Princeton University Cornell WEST, Peter SCHIFF - debate capitalism vs. social justice and too much government.] [From Oakland, MOORE - says the police have backed down and the people are in control of their city hall and are assembling peacefully; states our job us to build this mass movement created by the big banks; notes Congress really works for Wall Street so the problem is with capitalism.] [Last night, SCHIFF - blames big government, not capitalism, which is an evil system in 2011.]

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