Members of Occupy Chattanooga listen as Captain Roddy of Chattanooga Law Enforcement addresses them in front of the Hamilton County Court on Tuesday night. Roddy tried to keep the mood light with a few jokes and even returned a high five of one of the protesters.
Members of Occupy Chattanooga listen as Captain Roddy of Chattanooga Law Enforcement addresses them in front of the Hamilton County Court on Tuesday night. Roddy tried to keep the mood light with a few jokes and even returned a high five of one of the protesters.
Photo by Alex Washburn /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
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Occupy Chattanooga, after hours of deliberation and meetings with city and police officials, decided not to get arrested — at least for now. Members of the protest group made the decision Tuesday night to begin legally occupying the sidewalks surrounding the Hamilton County Courthouse building instead of the original plan to camp in Ross’s Landing.

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