LI couple files paperwork to trademark 'Occupy Wall Street' name

A Long Island couple says they want to cash in on the "Occupy Wall Street" movement.

Anti-greed protestors have taken over a lower Manhattan park for more than a month.

A husband and wife from West Islip have filed paperwork to trademark the popular name.

Diane and Robert Maresca have paid nearly $1,000 for the right to put "Occupy Wall Street" on various items from t-shirts to handbags.

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