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City will make its case on protest

Briefs shed light on safety, other issues

Martin Hunter of Somerville was among the Occupy Boston protesters who marked the movement’s two-month anniversary with a march through several downtown streets last night. Martin Hunter of Somerville was among the Occupy Boston protesters who marked the movement’s two-month anniversary with a march through several downtown streets last night. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Martine Powers and Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / December 1, 2011
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As Occupy Boston protesters gear up for court hearing that could determine their future in Dewey Square, documents filed by attorneys on both sides shed light on the two primary issues a judge will consider: free speech and safety. Two months after protesters set up camp, the judge will weigh whether to grant protesters a temporary restraining order against the city from evicting them. City officials are looking to retain the right to oust them if they deem a health or safety risk.

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