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Occupy’s court win preempts eviction

Temporary order bars park removal

A judge told the city of Boston not to remove demonstrators or their tents from Dewey Square without court approval. A judge told the city of Boston not to remove demonstrators or their tents from Dewey Square without court approval. (Stephan Savoia/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Martine Powers
Globe Staff / November 17, 2011

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A Suffolk Superior Court judge issued a temporary restraining order yesterday against the City of Boston, barring police from removing the protesters from their downtown encampment until a Dec. 1 hearing. The city maintains it has no current plans to take action against the Occupy Boston protesters, but Judge Frances A. McIntyre ruled in favor of the protesters to protect their right to expressing their views on public property - at least for the next two weeks.

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