Occupy D.C. Solidarity March in Chinatown

Protestors take over Chinatown building

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    Occupy D.C. protesters are back in McPherson Square after taking part in a solidarity march Tuesday night.

    The protesters took over the lobby of a building in Chinatown owned by Brookfield Properties.  That’s the same company that owns New York City's Zuccotti Park where hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested in a police raid Monday night.

    The D.C. protesters also marched to the White House Tuesday night to get the attention of President Obama.     

    D.C. police were present at the march. No arrests were made. No injuries were reported.

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