Call for investigation into police brutality during OWS protest

? Although Occupy Wall Street protesters are not rallying today, there are calls to investigate alleged police brutality during yesterday?s massive Day of Action.Demonstrators complain

MANHATTAN - ? Although Occupy Wall Street protesters are not rallying today, there are calls to investigate alleged police brutality during yesterday?s massive Day of Action.Demonstrators complain that police used excessive force while arresting more than 250 people. Some city officials asked for an investigation after Tuesday?s police eviction of protesters from Zuccotti Park. Officials say there may be new protests today, but on a much smaller scale.

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