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Clueless, Pointless, Aimless: Future CPAs

The video has a bit more content.

Occupy Dallas Relocates
Published : Sunday, 16 Oct 2011, 9:35 PM CDT

DALLAS, Texas - Occupy Dallas had been at Pioneer Park for the past week and a half.

But today, the group had to relocate. And some refuse to go, saying they're even willing to get arrested.

Occupy Dallas protesters packed up today at Pioneer Plaza and set up a new camp less than a mile away, outside Dallas City Hall.

But some said, "This is my home, this is my right, and this is my stand."

There were a handful of holdouts.

"Haven't you ever seen like History Channel and the Trail of Tears? The government made all the Indians move to their new reservation, I don't want to do that. Haha," explained Tymaeus Yunker.

The city made an agreement with Occupy Dallas to relocate from the public park after the group failed to buy a million-dollar insurance policy.

Most of the roughly three dozen demonstrators cooperated with the move, but some still see it as a violation of their free speech.

"What the city is doing is coralling the people in a place where there's less exposure, where there's far more danger, where there's far more restrictions," said Dave Mack.

The encampment is part of a series of national protests over the state of the economy.

The city promised not to arrest anyone remaining at Pioneer Plaza before 5 p.m. Sunday.

Police kept a close eye, but even after the deadline passed, they kept their distance.

But in Fort Worth, things got heated.

Five Occupy Fort Worth protesters were arrested last night for refusing to leave tents that police were trying to take down.

Today, those arrested returned to Burnett Park to protest even though their tents are gone.

Back at Pioneer Plaza, once demonstrators left, workers picked up all the trash left behind, but they say the job was not nearly as bad as they expected.

"With the amount of peoples that was here, they was very clean. They really was," Eula Rabb said.

Read more on myFOXdfw.com: http://www.myfoxdfw.com/dpp/news/occupy-dallas-relocates#ixzz1b3L8EcD5

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