Occupy protesters camped out for the last three months in Freedom Plaza are moving indoors to a pair of houses where they say they will continue their protest, raise money and start a public-access television show.
Organizers said the move isn’t being made to avoid eviction — the National Park Service extended the group’s permit to the end of February. They also said it has nothing to do with the plummeting temperatures outside and that they will continue to maintain a presence at their Freedom Plaza camp.
Instead, the organizers described the move inside as “Phase Two” of their anti-greed protest and said they hope other Occupy camps follow their lead.
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