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Occupy Wall Street calls for a national day of action
Occupy Wall Street protesters called for a national day of action and celebration on Thursday to mark the start of the movement two months ago.
A "Shut Down Wall Street" breakfast is scheduled for Thursday morning in a downtown park, just before the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange, according to the group's website.
In the afternoon, demonstrators plan to spread their message at 16 subway hubs throughout the city's five boroughs, the website says.
Occupy Wall Street protesters say they want Thursday to be a day of non-violent protests, although it comes a day after a demonstrator was arrested for making violent threats.
Nkrumah Tinsley, 29, was arrested for making terrorist threats and aggravated harassment on Wednesday evening in Zuccotti Park, where the movement was based, New York City police said.
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Tinsley is seen in a YouTube video making threats toward a department store. "In a few days, you're going to see what a Molotov cocktail can do to Macy's," he said.
In another part of the video, Tinsley threatens to burn New York City to the ground on Thursday.
Wednesday's arrest is Tinsley's second in as many months. He was arrested on October 26 for assaulting a police officer.
About 200 Occupy Wall Street demonstrators were arrested on Wednesday, police said.